Water gradient material makes the difference
The unique water gradient lens material, exclusive to TOTAL1™ contact lenses forms a gentle cushion of moisture to support contact lens comfort. It is designed to gradually increase water content near the lens surface, approaching almost 100% at the outer surface of the lens, creating lenses so soft they feel like nothing.*.
SmarTears® technology for tear film stability
This innovative technology features the intuitive release of an ingredient found in the natural tears from the lens into the tear film. SmarTears® Technology is designed to help deliver hydration support, thus prevent dryness even on your longest days.
Ready to try a lens that feels like nothing*?
You can now try them for free.#
Simply sign-up with your email address and claim a 5-Day trials voucher on us. You can pick up your trial lens at one of 2000+ optometry stores across Australia & New Zealand.
*Based on nearly 90% of wearers agreed with the statement ‘while wearing these lenses I sometimes forget I have them on’ (Perez-Gomez) - Applicable to Sphere.
#Professional fees may apply.
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