Winter may be here, but don’t put those sunglasses away just yet. In case you didn’t know it, winter can be just as hard, if not harder, on your eyes than summer. Just because the sun isn’t as warm on your skin, doesn’t mean that it isn’t just as harmful to both skin and eyes. Here are a few things you should know.
Buying glasses used to be simple. You got a prescription, you looked at the half dozen frame options that fit your lenses, and away you went. You might not like your glasses, but that was okay – nobody liked their glasses.
Things have sure come a long way. Walking into a store that sells glasses, you are met with a barrage of colours, sizes, and brand name options. There truly is a perfect pair for everyone. Selection and style have progressed to the point where people who don’t need corrective lenses buy glasses with clear lenses as fashion accessories!
What should be considered in choosing the “comfort” factor of eyeglasses? Three important aspects should be looked at. First, what materials are the frames made from? Second is the size of the lens. Finally, how the eyewear fits the person. These factors play an important role in comfort.