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Replacement Cycle: Daily Disposable

Diameter: 14.2mm

Graphic Diameter: 13.6mm

Base Curve: 8.5mm

Water Content: 58%

Material: etafilcon A

Packaging: 10 Pieces/Box

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3. We do not accept items that are damaged, opened, used, or expired. It is the customers' responsibility to cover the return shipping cost.

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Wear & Care

Before Wearing

For non-daily disposable, soak the lenses in multi-purpose solution for at least 8 hours before the first time wearing

Wash and dry your hands

Rinse contact lens with a fresh solution

Check the shape of the lens to ensure it has not turned inside out

How to Wear

Wash your tools

Use tweezers to pick up the lens

Put the lens on applicator

Place the lens in your eye

How to Remove

Ensure your hands are clean

Bring your index finger to your eye

Gently squeeze the lens between your thumb and index finger and remove it

How to Maintain

Wash your hands

Rub and clean your lens

Rinse fresh solution before using

Soak your lens in fresh solution after using

Package Insert / Fitting Guide

MOODY (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses

Package Insert


Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed practitioner.


This package insert is intended for the eye care professional but should be made available to patients upon request. The eye care professional should provide the patient with appropriate instructions that pertain to the patient’s prescribed lenses and recommended wearing schedule.


The moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses are available in spherical designs.

moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses are made of a hydrophilic copolymer of 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (2-HEMA) and Methacrylic Acid (MAA). When hydrated, the lenses consist of 42% (Etafilcon A) and 58% water by weight when immersed in buffered saline. The lens polymer contains a UV absorbing compound and is available clear or with a blue visibility-handling tint, color additive “reactive Blue19”, 21 CFR part 73.3121. The cosmetically tinted lens is available following colors: Blue, Green, Violet, Gray, Brown, Red, Golden, Pink, Orange, Yellow, and Black. The lens is available tinted and may be used to enhance or alter the apparent color of the eye.

A benzotriazole UV-absorbing monomer is used to block UV radiation. The UV Blocking averages 95% in the UVB range of 280 nm to 315 nm and 50% in the UVA range of 315 nm to 380 nm. The Etafilcon A name has been adopted by the United States Adopted Names Council (USAN).


Refractive index: 1.402

Water Content: 58%

Oxygen Permeability (Dk): 19.73×10-11(cm2/s){mlO2ml/ (ml × mmHg)}

Light Transmittance: > 95%

UVA Transmittance (315nm ~ 380nm): < 50%

UVB Transmittance (280nm ~ 315nm): < 5%


* Diameter: 13.80mm ~ 14.50mm

* Center Thickness: 0.08 @-3.00D (varies with power)

* Base Curve: 8.10mm ~ 9.00mm

* Powers: +6.00D to -12.00D

+0.25 ~ +6.00D (in 0.25D increment)

0.00 ~ -6.00D (in 0.25D increment)

-6.00 ~ -12.00D (in 0.50D increment)


Typical Transmittance Profile of –3.00D, Center Thickness 0.08±0.02 mm, moody (Etafilcon A) Color Contact Lenses with UV blocker versus a human cornea from a 24-year-old person and a human crystalline lens from a 25-year-old person.


  1. Lerman, S., Radiant Energy, and the Eye, MacMillan, New York, 1980, p. 58, Figure 2-21.
  2. Waxler, M., Hitchins, V.M., Optical Radiation and Visual Health, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 1986, p. 19, Figure 5.


UV-absorbing contact lenses aren’t substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear for example UV absorbing goggles or sunglasses because they don’t completely cover the eye and surrounding area. You should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed.


In its hydrated state, the moody (Etafilcon A) Color Contact Lenses, when placed on the cornea, acts as a refracting medium to focus light rays on the retina.

The visibility-tinted moody (Etafilcon A) Color Contact Lenses allow the lens to become visible to the wearer when the lens is not on the eye. The moody (Etafilcon A) Color Contact Lenses block 50% of UVA radiation and 95% UVB radiation average across the spectrum. (Please refer to the accompanying transmittance curve graph)

Note: Long-term exposure to UV radiation is a part of the risk factors associated with cataracts. Exposure is according to several factors for instance environmental conditions (altitude, geography, cloud cover) and personal factors (extent and nature of outdoor activities). Consult your eye care professional for more information.


moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses are indicated for daily wear for the correction of ametropia (myopia and hyperopia) in aphakic and/or non-aphakic persons with non-diseased eyes in powers from +6.00 to -12.00 diopters. The lenses may be worn by persons who exhibit astigmatism of 2.00 diopters or less that does not interfere with visual acuity. The lens is available tinted and may be used to enhance or alter the apparent color of the eye.

moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses are intended for single-use disposable wear.


DO NOT USE the moody Lens when any of the following conditions exist:

  • Acute and subacute inflammation or infection of the anterior chamber of the eye.
  • Any eye disease, injury, or abnormality that affects the cornea, conjunctiva, or eyelids.
  • Severe insufficiency of lacrimal secretion (dry eyes).
  • Corneal hypoesthesia (reduced corneal sensitivity).
  • Any systemic disease that may affect the eye or be exaggerated by wearing contact lenses.
  • Allergic reactions of ocular surfaces or adnexa (surrounding tissue) that may be induced or exaggerated by wearing contact lenses or the use of contact lens solutions.
  • Any active corneal infection (bacterial, fungal, or viral).
  • If eyes become red or irritated.
  • Use of any medication that is contraindicated or interferes with contact lens wear, including ocular medications.
  • Allergy to any ingredient in the contact lens material.
  • History of the recurrent eye or eyelid infections, adverse effects associated with contact lens wear, intolerance, or an unusual response to contact lens wear.
  • The patient is unable or unwilling to follow the eye care professional’s directions for the removal and disposal of the lenses or is unable to obtain assistance to do so.


Advise the patient of the following warnings pertaining to contact lens wear:

  • Problems with contact lenses could result in serious injury to the eye. It is essential that patients follow their eye care professional’s directions and all labeling instructions for the proper use of lenses.
  • Eye problems, including a sore or lesion on the cornea (corneal ulcers), can develop rapidly and lead to loss of vision.
  • Studies have shown that contact lens wearers who are smokers have a higher risk incidence of adverse reactions than nonsmokers, especially when lenses are worn overnight or while sleeping.
  • If a patient experiences eye discomfort,such asforeign body sensation, excessive tearing, vision changes, redness of the eye, or other problems. The patient should immediately remove lenses and promptly contact his or her eye care professional.
  • Daily wear lenses are not indicated for overnight wear, and patients should be instructed not to wear lenses while sleeping. Clinical studyresults have shown that the risk of serious adverse reactions is increased when lenses are worn overnight.
  • Non-compliance with the manufacturer’s labeled lens care instruction may put the patient at significant risk of developing a serious eye infection.
  • Tap water, distilled water, homemade saline solutions, or saliva should NOT be used at any time with contact lenses. The use of tap and distilled water has been associated with Acanthamoeba keratitis, a corneal infection that is resistant to treatment and cure.


Special Precautions for Eye Care Professionals:

  • Due to the small number of patients enrolled in the clinical investigation of lenses, all refractive powers, design configurations, or lens parameters available in the lens material are not evaluated in significant numbers. Consequently, when selecting an appropriate lens design and parameters, the eye care professional should consider all characteristics of the lens that can affect lens performance and ocular health, including oxygen permeability, wettability,central,and peripheral thickness, and optic zone diameter.

The potential impact of these factors on the patient’s ocular health should be carefully weighed against the patient’s need for refractive correction; therefore, the continuing ocular health of the patient and lens performance on the eye should be carefully monitored by the prescribing eye care professional.

  • A yellow dye, should not be used while the patient is wearing the lenses because the lenses will absorb this dye and become discolored. Whenever the dye is used in the eye, flush the eyes with a sterile saline solution. Wait at least 10 minutes before reinserting the lenses. If it is not possible to flush the eyes, wait at least 1 hour before wearingthe lenses. If inserted too soon, the lenses may absorb the remaining dye.
  • Before leaving the eye care professional’s office, the patient should be able to promptly remove lenses or should have somebody else available who can remove the lenses for him or her.
  • Eye Care professionals should instruct the patient to remove the lenses immediately if the eyes become red or irritated.

Eye care professionals should carefully instruct patients about the following safety precautions, including the need for routine eye examinations being necessary to help assure the continued health of the patient’s eyes:


  • If the lens sticks (stops moving) on the eye, follow the recommended directions in Care for a Sticking Lens. The lens should move freely on the eye for the continued health of the eye. If non-movement of the lens continues, you should immediately consult your eye care professional.
  • Always wash and rinse hands before handling lenses. Do not get cosmetics, lotions, soaps, creams, deodorants, aerosol products, or hair sprays in the eyes or on the lenses. It is best to put on lenses before putting on make-up. Water-based cosmetics are less likely to damage lenses than oil-based products.
  • Do not touch contact lenses with the fingers or hands if the hands are not free of foreign materials, as microscopic scratches of the lenses may occur, causing distorted vision or injury to the eye.
  • Exposure to water while wearing contact lenses in activities such as swimming, water skiing, and hot tubs may increase the risk of ocular infection, including but not limited to acanthamoeba keratitis.
  • Ask theeye care professional about wearing contact lenses during sporting activities.
  • Never wear lenses beyond the period recommended by the eye care professional.
  • If aerosol products such as hair spray are used while wearing lenses, exercise caution and keep your eyes closed until the spray has settled.
  • Always handle lenses gently and avoid dropping them.
  • Avoid all harmful or irritating vapors and fumes while wearing lenses.
  • Aphakic patients should not be fitted with lenses until the determination is made that the eye has healed completely from the surgery.
  • Inform the doctor (eye care professional)about being a contact lens wearer.
  • Never use tweezers or other tools to remove lenses from the lens blister pack unless specifically indicated for that use. Pour the lens into the hand.
  • Do not touch the lens with your fingernails.
  • Always discard lensesafter the recommended wearing schedule prescribed by the eye care professional.
  • Always contact the eye care professional before using any medicine in the eyes.
  • Always inform the employer of being a contact lens wearer. Some jobs may require the use of eye protection equipment or may require that the patient not wear contact lenses.
  • As with any contact lens, follow-up visits are necessary to assure the continuing health of the patient’s eyes. The patient should be instructed as to a recommended follow-up schedule.
  • Patients should never exceed the prescribed wearing schedule regardless of how comfortable the lenses feel. Doing so increases the risk of adverse effects.
  • Do not use lenses past the expiration date.
  • Certain medications may cause dryness of the eye, increased lens awareness, lens intolerance, blurred vision, or visual changes. These include but are not limited to, antihistamines, decongestants, diuretics, muscle relaxants, tranquilizers, and those for motion sickness. Caution patients using such medications accordingly and prescribe proper remedial measures.
  • Patients who are pregnant or oral contraceptive users could develop visual change or change in lens tolerance when using lenses.
  • Do not use if the sterile blister package is opened or damaged.
  • Diabetics may have reduced corneal sensitivity and may be more prone to corneal injury and do not heal as quickly or completely as non-diabetics.
  • Patients who wear contact lenses to correct presbyopia may not achieve the best correct visual acuity for either far or near vision. Vision requirements vary with the individual and should be considered when selecting the most appropriate type of lens for each patient.
  • Patients should be instructed to never allow anyone to wear their lenses. They have been prescribed to fit their eyes and to correct their vision to the degree necessary. Sharing lenses greatly increases the chance of eye infections. 

ADVERSE REACTIONS (Problem and What to Do)

The patient should be informed that the following problems may occur when wearing contact lenses:

  • Your eye stinging, burning, itching (irritation), or other eye pain.
  • Comfort is less compared to when the lens was first placed on the eye.
  • There may be a feeling of something in the eye (foreign body, scratched area).
  • Excessive watering (tearing) of the eyes.
  • Unusual eye secretions.
  • Redness of the eyes.
  • Reduced sharpness of vision (poor visual acuity).
  • Blurred vision, rainbows, or halos around objects.
  • Sensitivity to light (photophobia).
  • Feeling of dryness.
  • Foreign body sensation. 

If the patient notices any of the above, he or she should be instructed to:

  • Immediately remove the lenses.
  • If the discomfort or problem stops, then look closely at the lens. If the lens is in any way damaged, do not put the lens back on the eye. If the lens has dirt, an eyelash,orother foreign body on it, or the problem stops and the lens appears undamaged, the patient should thoroughly clean, and rinse the lenses; then reinsert them. After reinsertion, if the problem continues, the patient should immediately remove the lenses and consult the eye care professional.
  • If the above symptoms continue after the removal of the lens, or upon insertion of a new lens, the patient should immediately remove the lens and contact his or her eye care professional or physician, who must determine the need for examination, treatment, or referral without delay. (See Important Treatment Information for Adverse Reactions.) A serious condition such as infection, corneal ulcer, corneal vascularization, or iritis may be present and may progress rapidly. Less serious reactions such as abrasions, epithelial stinging, or bacterial conjunctivitis must be managed and treated carefully to avoid more serious eye damage. Additionally, contact lens wear may be associated with ocular changes which require consideration of discontinuation or restriction of wear. These include but are not limited to local or generalized corneal edema, epithelial microcysts, epithelial staining, infiltrates, neovascularization, endothelial polymegathism, tarsal papillary changes, conjunctival injection, or iritis.
  • Patients should be reminded to keep a spare pair of lenses with them at all times.


Important Treatment Information for Adverse Reactions

Sight-threatening ocular complications associated with contact lens wear can develop rapidly, and therefore early recognition and treatment of problems are critical. Infectious corneal ulceration is one of the most serious potential complications and may be ambiguous in its early stage. Signs and symptoms of infectious corneal ulceration include discomfort, pain, inflammation, purulent discharge, sensitivity to light, cells, and flare, and corneal infiltrates.

Initial symptoms of a minor abrasion and an early infected ulcer are sometimes similar. Accordingly, such epithelial defect, if not treated properly, may develop into an infected ulcer. In order to prevent the serious progression of these conditions, a patient presenting symptoms of abrasions or early ulcers should be evaluated as a potential medical emergency, treated accordingly, and referred to a corneal specialist when appropriate. Standard therapy for corneal abrasions such as eye patching or the use of steroids or steroid/antibiotic combinations may exacerbate the condition. If the patient is wearing a contact lens on the affected eye when examined, the lens should be removed immediately.



  • Perform a preliminary evaluation to determine distance refraction as well as to rule out contraindications to contact lens wear as described in the Package Insert.
  • Lens power is determined from the patient’s spherical equivalent prescription corrected to the corneal plane (i.e., corrected for the vertex distance used for the refraction)
  • Make the initial base curve selection if more than one is available. In clinical tests, the moody(Etafilcon A)Color Contact Lenses in the 8.5mm/14.2mm parameters have performed successfully on eyes with a range of keratometry readings. However, corneal curvature measurements should be performed to establish the patient’s baseline ocular status. Trial lenses should be placed on each of the patient’s eyes and evaluated after the patient has adjusted to the lenses.
  • Place the lens on the eye. Allow the lens to remain on the eye long enough to achieve a state of equilibrium. Small variations in the tonicity, pH, or the lens solutions and individual tear composition may cause slight changes in fitting characteristics.
  • If the initial lens selection covers the patient’s cornea fully, provides discernible movement (0.10mm to 0.30mm after a blink) or is mobile using the push-up test, is comfortable for the patient, and provides satisfactory visual performance, it is a well-fitted lens and can be dispensed. (See Criteria for a Well-Fitted Lens under CLINICAL ASSESSMENT).
  • Full coverage of the cornea is defined as the lens edge extending beyond the limbal area in all directions. Initial lens evaluation should be done after at least 10 minutes of lens wear to allow the lens to stabilize and any tearing to subside.
  • Following a blink, the lens should move vertically on the patient’s eye about 0.10mm to 0.30 mm. Using a slit lamp, this movement can be estimated by comparing it with the one-millimeter lens peripheral bevel width.
  • The Push-up Test is also a reliable indicator of a well-fit lens. With the patient looking straight ahead, use your index finger on the patient’s lower lid to nudge the edge of the lens upward while observing lens movement, then pull the lid back down and observe the return of the lens. A well-fitted lens will move freely upward, stopping shortly after passing the limbus and then returning freely to its original position.
  • When lenses are dispensed for vision correction, the wearer must be supplied with an appropriate wearing regimen and must fully understand all lens handling and emergency lens care instructions to prevent lens damage as described in the Package Insert.


  • Criteria for a Well-Fitted Lens

  - sufficient lens movement to allow tear exchange under the lens during a blink in either primary or upward gaze.

  - good centration in primary gaze and full corneal coverage in all fields of gaze.

  - satisfactory results on the push-up test.

  - good comfort and a stable visual response (with over-refraction if needed).

  • Characteristics of a Tight Lens

A tight lens fit should not be dispensed. A tight lens fit would display some or all of the following characteristics:

  - insufficient or no lens movement during a blink in either primary or upgaze.

  - unsatisfactory results on the push-up test showing a lens that resists movement, remains decentered, or returns slowly to its original position.

  - good comfort.

  - fluctuating vision between blinks.

  • Characteristics of a Loose Lens

A loose lens fit should not be dispensed. A loose lens fit would display some or all of the following characteristics:

  - excessive movement in either primary orupgaze.

  - poor centration in primary and upgaze.

  - unsatisfactory results on the push-up test showing a lens that moves very easily, remains decentered or returns very quickly to its original position, or even drops down lower than its original position.

  - reduced comfort.

  - vision may be blurred after the blink.


It is recommended that contact lens wearers see their eye care professional twice each year or if directed, more frequently.

Daily Wear (Less than 24 hours, while awake):

There may be a tendency for the NEW daily wear patient to over-wear the lenses initially. The initial daily wearing schedule should be stressed to these patients.

The wearing schedule should be determined by the eye care professional. The maximum suggested wearing time is:














All waking hours

Wearing contact lens is not safe during sleep.


If any serious adverse events or patient experiences associated with the wear of moody Color (Etafilcon A) Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses, please report to


moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses: Replace every day.

Wearing schedules (NOTE: SEE WEARING TIME)

Daily Wear Contact Lens

Water Content

Disposable program

UV block


moody (Etafilcon A) Color Daily Disposable Soft (Hydrophilic) Contact Lenses


1 Day





  • Daily lensesare discarded upon removal from the eye each day.
  • Patients should be instructed to have a spare pair of lenses with them at all times.

Care for A Sticking (Nonmoving) Lens:

If the lens sticks (cannot be moved), you should use a lubricating or rewetting solution in your eye. You should apply 3 to 4 drops of the recommended lubricating or rewetting solution directly to the eye and wait until the lens begins to move freely on the eye before removing it. If non-movement of the lens continues after 15 minutes, you should IMMEDIATELY consult your eye care professional.


  • Unopened lenses are sterile and need not be disinfected until thevial seal has been broken.
  • Storage and transport of product is at room temperature.
  • Please keep at room temperature to avoid exposure to sunlight.


The patient should be informed that if chemicals of any kind (household products, gardening solutions, laboratory chemicals, etc.) are splashed into the eyes, the patient should:



Each lens is supplied sterile in a blister pack containing borate-buffered saline solution with Tween 80, Sodium Hyaluronate, and Polyethylene Glycol. The blister is labeled with the base curve, diameter, diopter power, manufacturing lot number, and expiration date of the lens. (ADD, cylinder and axis will be included as appropriate.) 


        PEGAVISION Corp.

2F-1 No.5, Shing Yeh St., Guishan Dist.,

        Taoyuan City 333, Taiwan






Product certification

Notify Body number: 2460

See Instruction Leaflet

Batch code

Sterilized Using Steam


Use by

Expressed as:  CCYY-MM-


CAUTION: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed practitioner.



(The mark is showing the function of UV blocking)


Base Curve (product property )


Diopter (Lens Power)(product property)


Diameter (product property )

Do not re-use



Cylinder Power






Revision Date: 03/2023

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