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Like all leading brands daysoft lenses are designed to ensure healthy oxygen flow to your eyes.
The eye absorbs all of the oxygen that it needs directly from the atmosphere. For this to continue when wearing contact lenses, the lens design and material must allow oxygen to flow through the contact lens to the eye.
Oxygen flow is measured in Dk units. With a Dk of 26, daysoft ® contact lenses provide all the oxygen required for normal daily disposable wear, the healthiest way to wear contact lenses.
In fact, research shows that a Dk of 20 1,2 is sufficient for healthy eyes and like all leading brands of daily disposable lenses, daysoft ® contact lenses exceed this requirement.
The table below outlines the Dk (oxygen flow) units for daysoft and other brands.
|DK for healthy eyes should be above||20|
|daysoft SILK daily disposable||26|
|daysoft CLASSIC daily disposable||26|
|J&J Day Acuvue Moist||28|
|Alcon Dailies All Day Comfort||26|
|Bausch & Lomb Soflens Daily Disposable||22|
|Coopervision Proclear 1 Day||25|
|Coopervision BioMedics 1 Day||24|
|Coopervision UltraFlex 1 Day||24|
Both of our brands are available at the same unbeatable price and every purchase is backed by our no quibble money-back promise. This means you can try daysoft® lenses and if you aren't happy with your purchase you'll receive a refund.
daysoft in SILK solution
SILK solution is an enriched saline solution for enhanced comfort and moisture throughout the day
SILK contains the eye’s natural lubricant, Hyaluronan, which can hold up to 1,000 times its weight of water, keeping your eyes moist all day
1) Brennan N. A model of oxygen flux through contact lenses. Cornea, 2001;20:104-8
2) Brennan NA. Beyond flux:total corneal oxygen consumption as an index of corneal oxygenation during contact lens wear. Optom Vis Sci, 2005;82:467-72
3) Mechanical Complications Induced by Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lenses. Meng C. Lin, O.D., Ph.D, Thao N. Yeh, O.D. Eye Contact Lens. 2013;39(1):115-124