Sun glasses. How to protect your eyes from the sun?

The darker the glass, the more it reduces the amount of light penetrating the eye. Its action is therefore not on the UV but on the glare. European standards define 5 classes of tinted lenses: 0 being the lightest and 4 the darkest. The color of the sun glasses does not affect the UV protection:

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Lenses and pregnancy

The body of the pregnant woman undergoes modifications and the eyes do not escape the rule. Wearing contact lenses is not contraindicated during pregnancy, but eye changes may restrict comfort. During pregnancy, the corneal curvature increases, causing a flattening of the eye. The lenses may therefore become too tight. This phenomenon is all the more

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The eye health is on your plate

Several studies for eye health have been checked, including that of the National Eye Institute (NEI), whose mission is to verify the delayed effect of certain food constituents on the progression of AMD and Loss And which is associated. In subjects at high risk of severe AMD, regular consumption of antioxidant vitamins and zinc supplements for

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Contact lenses and makeup

It is possible to wear makeup with lenses! However, some precautions should be taken. Always wear contact lenses before applying makeup. If you do not follow this precaution, small particles of makeup can stick under the lens and come into contact with your eyes, generating an eye discomfort. Use a water resistant mascara and eyeliner

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Acuvue TruEye from Johnson & Johnson Laboratory

The Acuvue Trueye 1-Day lenses offered by Lensoshop are manufactured by the JOHNSON & JOHNSON laboratory. Box of 30 soft hydrogel silicone lenses with daily renewal. They correct myopia and hyperopia. 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye delivers 98% oxygen flow to the cornea. With 1 • DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® contact lenses you benefit from: • Healthier, whiter and

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Lenses, for who are they designed and why to wear them?

The majority of lenses wearers remain feminine with 70% of women, and rather young with 57% in the under 35 age group. As for ametropia, myopia predominates with 89% of the carriers. The benefits of lenses are many, starting with the aesthetic appearance. A face without glasses leaves clear the eyes and expressions. On the

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Choose between Hard lenses and Soft lenses

Imagined by Leonardo da Vinci in the sixteenth century, contact lenses will only be produced three centuries later. At the end of the 19th century, German, Swiss and French doctors and opticians developed glass contact lenses, based on an idea of ​​the British astronomer Herschel, namely to use a mold of the patient’s eye …

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Contact lenses – basic rules and information

A contact lens is an optical device that, placed on the surface of the eye, compensates for a visual anomaly. Lenses correct the vast majority of visual defects, myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia. Lenses require strict rules of hygiene. Any deteriorated lens should be discarded immediately. Only lenses prescribed for prolonged use can be worn

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