THE human eye blinks approximately 14,000 times a day (equivalent to 300 metres) which means the eyelid slides over the front of the cornea (and in this case, contact lenses too) once every six seconds.
Most contact lens wearer experiencing symptoms of dryness (dry eyes) usually use rewetting or comfort drops to maintain moist eyes for comfort. But with Dailies Total1, this coping mechanism may no longer be necessary.
Dailies Total1 water gradient contact lenses are made of a revolutionary material because they are constructed with a silicone hydrogel core which transitions into a hydrophilic (water-loving) ultrasoft surface gel from the core towards the front and back surface of the lens.
The outermost surface of Dailies Total1 provides a lasting cushion of moisture till the end of the day. In fact, after 16 hours of wear, the lubricy of Dailies Total1 is equivalent to that of unworn contact lenses and comfort is the same at the end of the day as it is on the first placing of the lens on the eye in the morning.
Dailies Total1 provides a lasting cushion of moisture till the end of the day.