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The Differences Between Photochromic and Polarized Lenses

Glasses are available with many different lens types and sometimes the choice can be a little overwhelming or even confusing. Two of the lens types that many people get confused are photochromic and polarized lenses. Although their names may sound a little similar, they are definitely not the same thing. So, what are they and what makes them different from one another? Let’s find out.

Top Eyewear Trends for 2021

You don’t need to let your prescription glasses negatively impact the way that you look. In fact, the right pair of fashion-forward frames can make sure that you stay firmly on trend, as well as accentuating your features and helping you to see clearly.  Here’s what you need to know about the top eyewear trends of 2021 so that you can stay in style this year. 

Advantages of Having Multiple Pairs of Glasses

If you wear glasses, you know that choosing the right pair for yourself is important. You need to find a pair that complements your appearance and style. So, what happens when you want to change frames for a new look? This can be difficult if you have just one pair. There are other reasons why people choose to have multiple pairs of glasses. Here are some of the advantages.

Digital Screen: Protection Blue Light Lenses

The digital devices we have allowed to compound our lives produce harmful blue light. Although blue light does not only come from electronic devices (the sun also produces blue light), the intensity of the light digital devices emit is higher.

Picking the Perfect Pair of Glasses

Choosing the right pair of eyeglasses can be taxing and confusing. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, you should pay attention to your vision needs and your preferences when you pick your glasses.

Importance of UV Protection for the Eyes

Eye safety should always be a priority whenever you spend time outdoors. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is all around you when you step outside, especially on a sunny day. UVA and UVB rays penetrate your eyes and cause structural damage. You should wear necessary eye protection to prevent short-term and long-term eye damage from exposure to UV rays. If you want more information about the importance of UV eye protection, here’s what you should know.

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