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One Day Contact Lenses

One day contact lenses are single-use lenses that are removed and discarded at the end of each day. They're healthy for the eyes, and they're incredibly convenient for many contact lens wearers.

About One Day Contact Lenses Contacts

Features of One-Day Contact Lenses

One-day contact lenses, also known as 'daily disposable contacts,' are single-use. This means they're used for only one day, after which they’re removed and discarded. No more calendar reminders about replacing your contacts. This convenient replacement schedule makes one day contacts a great choice for new and young contact lens wearers.

Because one day contacts are removed and discarded after each use, they require little to no cleaning. This feature makes one day contacts a great choice for people who only wear contacts for a few hours at a time or occasionally.

One day contacts also give deposits less of a chance to build up. Deposits come in the form of proteins, lipids, and other substances that are naturally found in your tears. These substances can accumulate on your contacts, making them feel less comfortable than when they were new. Deposit buildup may also trigger allergies and make your eyes prone to irritation and infection. This isn’t a problem with one day contacts.

One day contacts are also healthy for your eyes because they’re made of hydrogels and silicone hydrogels. These soft lens materials allow plenty of nourishing oxygen into the eye to keep it moist, clear, and healthy. 

Additionally, one day contacts are available in a wide range of prescriptions and lens types, including toric and multifocal. Toric lenses correct astigmatism, a common eye condition that causes blurred vision at any distance, while multifocal lenses correct presbyopia, the gradual loss of your eyes' ability to focus on nearby objects. Both toric and multifocal lenses also correct nearsightedness and farsightedness, both of which may occur alongside astigmatism and presbyopia.

Note that one day contacts are different from daily-wear contacts. One day contacts are discarded at the end of the day, whereas daily-wear contacts can be reused for two to four weeks as long as they’re removed, cleaned, and stored properly each night.

Popular One Day Contact Lenses

One day contacts are popular among contact lens wearers and eye care professionals (ECPs) alike for their health and convenience benefits. As such, there are many one day contact lens brands on the market.

One such brand is Dailies Total1® by Alcon, the global leader in eye care. Dailies Total1 contacts feature two unique contact lens technologies for comfort that lasts. If you prefer contacts that feel like nothing, Dailies Total1 are a good option for you.

Johnson & Johnson, a trusted name in eye care products, also has several popular brands of one day contacts, including 1-Day Acuvue® Moist, Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe® Technology, and 1-Day Acuvue TruEye®. Aside from being exceptionally comfortable, these contacts also help to protect your eyes from approximately 97% of UVB and 82% of UVA rays.

For your reference, we’ve listed below the top-selling one day contacts on in 2021. Note that this isn’t a comprehensive list of one day contact lens brands, but it’s a good starting point for you if you’re new to the world of one day contacts.


The Top 10 Selling One Day Contact Lenses of 2021 on


1-Day Acuvue Moist


Dailies Total1


Dailies AquaComfort PLUS


Biotrue ONEday


Proclear 1-Day


1-Day Acuvue TruEye


SofLens Daily Disposable


Acuvue Oasys 1-Day with HydraLuxe Technology


Focus Dailies


1-Day Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism

Schedule a visit with your ECP to discuss your options.

How Much Are One Day Contact Lenses?

One day contacts retail for $40 to $75 per box of 90 lenses, with each box lasting three months. If you wear one day contacts regularly, expect an annual lens cost of $320 to $720. 

On, one day contacts can cost as low as $25 per box of 90 lenses after rebates. Take advantage of our discount prices by shopping today! 

How to Insert and Remove One Day Contact Lenses

One day contacts are soft disposable lenses and as such, you should follow the standard procedure for that type of lens. Start by washing and drying your hands with mild soap and water, then dry them with a lint-free towel. Scoop your first lens out of the case with your index finger of your dominant hand and rinse it with a cleaning solution that’s specially formulated for soft contacts. Inspect the lens for any tears or debris and make sure it’s not inside-out. Using the middle finger of your dominant hand, pull down your lower eyelid. If necessary, use the middle finger of your non-dominant hand to pull your upper eyelid. Look upward and gently put the lens on your eye. Blink a few times to center the lens. Repeat this with the other lens.

To remove one day contacts, hold your eyelids open and gently pinch the lens between your index finger and thumb. Carefully lift the lens off of your eye. Repeat with the other lens.

About has been proudly offering high-quality contact lenses at discount prices since 1995. Choose from a variety of our one day contact lenses and enjoy hassle-free returns, quick shipping, and a 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.