Features

  • Vision correction for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia
  • Silicone hydrogel material
  • Supports excellent all-day comfort
  • UVA and UVB protection(1)
  • Daily replacement lenses

Family products

Convenience of Daily Disposables, the Health of Silicone Hydrogel

With one contact lens family, clariti 1 day sphere, toric and multifocal contacts enable you to meet the unique needs of your daily wear lens patients.
 
Because silicone hydrogel lens material allows more oxygen to pass through to the cornea than hydrogel, your patients will appreciate the benefits of whiter eyes and a healthier(2) lens-wearing experience. The clariti 1 day lens allows 100% corneal oxygen consumption(3). In fact, it provides more than the recommended amount of oxygen(4) across the entire lens surface to help maintain ocular health.

WetLoc™ Technology Leads to Excellent All-Day Comfort

CooperVision clariti 1 day features WetLoc™ technology, a process that creates a hydrophilic lens with optimal wettability.
 
WetLoc is a non-surface treatment technology that manipulates the structure of hydrophobic silicone molecules so they become hydrophilic. This creates a lens that naturally attracts and binds water molecules, holding them tightly to the lens surface. WetLoc also provides continuous wettability throughout the wearing time. The result is a lens with high water content(5) that provides excellent all-day comfort for your patients.
 
Talk to your patients about the healthy advantages and daily convenience of clariti 1 day, the world’s first and only family of silicone hydrogel daily disposable contact lenses.

(1)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.
(2)Data on file; clariti 1 day offers whiter eyes than 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST®.
(3)Brennan N.A. Beyond Flux: Total Corneal Oxygen Consumption as an Index of Corneal Oxygenation During Contact Lens Wear. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 2005; 82:467–472.
(4)Holden B.A., Mertz GW. Critical oxygen levels to avoid corneal edema for daily and extended wear contact lenses. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 1984; 25:1161.
(5)Manufacturer’s quoted core water content.