clariti® 1 day sphere
Redesigned edge - A thinner, more uniformly tapered edge designed for enhanced wearer comfort.1*
On application, 92% of wearers preferred the comfort of clariti® 1 day Optimised Comfort Edge™ vs. the original edge.1**
clariti® 1 day offers equivalent comfort vs. a market leading 1-day hydrogel lens - on application and affter 8 hours' wear.2
Preferred by patients and recommended by ECPs
91% of ECPs would recommend clariti® 1 day to their peers3
80% of existing wearers prefer clariti® 1 day tover their habitual lenses3
85% of new wearers are satusfied with clariti® 1 day3
clariti® 1 day - the easy choice for healthy eyes,4,5,6,7whatever the vision correction need.
1. Sphere only. CooperVision study (2015). A non-dispensing, double masked, randomised contralateral study between the original and optimised edge for clariti® 1day. * Of those who stated a preference. n=12. ** Improved comfort on insertion. n=20.
2. Woods J, Ng A, Luensmann D, et al. Short-term comfort comparison of two daily disposable contact lenses of different material and modulus. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2018; 59(9):1753. n=60.
3. CooperVision study. ECP perception of the benefits of daily disposable silicone hydrogel of 100 UK Eye Care Professionals. Feb 2018.
4. Daily disposable lenses are the healthiest way to wear soft contact lenses and silicone hydrogel oxygen delivery to minimise or eliminate hypoxia-related complications during daily wear.
5. clariti® 1 day ensures 100% corneal oxygen consumption and transmits more than the recommended amount of oxygen across the whole lens surface, which helps maintain ocular health. Brennan, N.A. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Optom Vis Sci 2005.
6. Morgan, Brennan et al. Central and peripheral oxygen transmissibility thresholds to avoid corneal swelling during open eye soft contact lens wear. J. Applied Biomaterials. 2010;92:361-9.
7. clariti® 1 day has a UV blocker to help protect against the transmission of harmful UV radiation. *Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.
(0.50D steps after +6.00D and -6.00D)