Feels like nothing on your eyes^

and provide excellent vision and comfort from AM to PM

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Discover TOTAL1™ Sphere

The world’s first and only daily disposable contact lens to offer water gradient technology so all that touches your eye is a cushion of moisture. The lens has a silicone hydrogel core that allows for outstanding breathability*, and is almost 100%# water at the outer surface# of the lens to provide outstanding comfort. Its SmarTears technology features the release of an ingredient found naturally in your tears that helps stabilise your eye's tear film.

As a result, 9 out of 10 of wearers agree they're so comfortable, they forget they're wearing them.

Also available as multifocal lens.

DAILIES TOTAL1 Sphere

Spherical correction works exactly how it sounds

In the same way glasses correct your vision, contact lenses use spherical correction to help you see the world around you. It’s the first number in a prescription, often abbreviated as SPH, and it measures how powerful your contacts lenses need to be to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness.

DAILIES TOTAL1 Sphere contact lenses
Why you’ll love them
  • Water Gradient technology providing a gentle cushion of moisture for 16 hours of comfort
  • 9 of 10 lens wearers agree that the lens feels like nothing^
  • No cleaning required, and enjoy that "new lens" feeling every day
Who they’re suitable for
  • Those who seek quality with the convenience of a daily disposable lens that are luxuriously comfortable
  • New contact lens wearers who want to feel like they’re wearing nothing^
  • Current contact lens wearers who desire 16 hours of comfortable wearing time
What makes them great
  • A silky-smooth surface for comfort that lasts for 16 hours
  • Ultra-soft surface with nearly 100% water content for a gentle cushion of moisture#
  • With only 33%# water at the core, oxygen can pass freely through the lens to your eye*

Switch to TOTAL1™ and forget the 3 O'clock Twitch

Don't let contact lens discomfort get in the way of your life moments. Switch to TOTAL1 contact lenses and forget the fluttery, scratchy contact lens discomfort.

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, TALK TO YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.

^Based on nearly 90% of wearers agreed with the statement ‘while wearing these lenses I sometimes forget I have them on’ (Perez-Gomez). *High oxygen transmissible lenses, DK/T=156 @ -3.00. Based on published manufacturer- provided Dk and thickness values in: Tyler's Quarterly Soft Contact Lens Parameter Guide. Dec 2020. #Based on laboratory measurements of unworn lenses. ~Professional fees may apply.

 

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