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CooperVision launches MyDay Energys contact lenses in US

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CooperVision is rolling out its latest contact lenses: MyDay Energys, designed to address the symptoms of pervasive digital eye strain.

Tell me more.

The one-day lenses are the latest product in CooperVision’s MyDay family. Made with stenfilcon A (54%), they have an oxygen transmissibility of 100 Dk/t (at -3.00 D).

Available sphere powers include +8.00 D to -12.00 D (0.50D steps after +5.00 D and -6.00 D), with no plano option. According to the company, the MyDay Energys also feature ultraviolet (UV) blocking, —86% of UVA and 97% of UVB rays.

What’s unique about these lenses?

The one-day lenses incorporate two unique, CooperVision-exclusive components: its engineered DigitalBoost single-vision aspheric design and Aquaform Technology.

The DigitalBoost design provides a +0.3D digital boost for lens wearers that can allow patients’ eyes to experience less tiredness (and reduced digital eye strain) when shifting focus from digital devices to offline activities.

The company’s Aquaform Technology features a proprietary network of long and short silicone chains that create a balance between moisture content, oxygen transmissibility, and modulus. As a result, a silicone hydrogel contact lens is hydrated to twice its water weight and produces a highly moist and naturally wettable material.

Aren’t there other MyDay lenses already?

Indeed there are. With this latest lens, CooperVision now offers four versions of the MyDay daily disposable, one-day lenses, all made with a naturally wettable silicone hydrogel material—incorporating its Aquaform Technology—and featuring UV blocker.

Current lenses available  include MyDay, MyDay sphere, MyDay toric, and MyDay multifocal. Click here for a rundown on each.


The Energys lenses are currently the first and only one-day lenses featuring CooperVision’s aspheric design and material technology for helping with digital eye strain-associated tiredness and dryness.

Where can patients find them?

Click here to get info on how to order a trial pair of lenses. For rebate information, patients can visit here for lenses ordered between January 2023 and June 30, 2023.

It is recommended to consult with your eyecare provider for appropriate guidance.