Are Cataracts Preventable?

Cataracts are a serious eye health issue that can impact your vision. Some people are more at risk of developing cataracts than others. To lower your risk of having cataracts, you need to understand what puts you at risk and what you can do to prevent them.  Who Is at Risk? The factor that puts you most at risk of developing cataracts is aging. Although growing older does not definitively mean that you will have cataracts, it does increase the likelihood. [Read More]

3 Lens Material Used In Prescription Sunglasses

If you wear prescription glasses, and are thinking about ordering some prescription sunglasses, it is important that you understand the lens options that will be available to you when purchasing subscription sunglasses. Here is a quick overview of the three most popular lens materials for prescription sunglasses. Plastic Lenses Generally, when ordering prescription glasses, the default lens type used in prescription sunglasses are plastic lenses. Plastic lenses are very popular because they tend to be one of the more affordable lens options on the market. [Read More]

Locating The Right Glasses For Your Face

You might despise the pair of glasses you are currently wearing, but you just can't decide why you are so against them. If you have found that you often don't like how you look in your glasses, there might be something you are doing wrong with how you are selecting them. Considering Color The glasses should use colors that compliment your face. Black is a good color for highlighting and outlining eyes. [Read More]

Remove That Spray Paint From Your Glasses Easily

Relying on your eyeglasses to see clearly while you do just about everything each day can put your glasses at risk of all sorts of damage. Spray painting projects can cause a lot of damage to your glasses quickly and easily. Fortunately, that paint doesn't have to remain on your glasses forever – you can get it off. You will need a few supplies: Soft, clean cloths Liquid dish soap Bowl large enough to fit your glasses in Glass cleaner containing ammonia Very warm water Playing card or business card Wet Paint [Read More]