Wearing a face mask? Here are 7 ways to avoid foggy glasses

1. Wash the lenses with soapy water The study from The Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England supplies a simple solution to the foggy-lens problem, which it refers to as an “annoying phenomenon.”   Authors of the study recommend that before slipping on a face mask, you should wash your glasses [...]

2020-07-06T16:21:37+02:00July 6th, 2020|Eyecare|

Caution using hand sanitizers on your eyewear

CAUTION - A word of caution to to customers using certain sanitizers, gels and chemical cleaning solutions on lenses and frames. Note that certain lens coatings and certain frame materials CAN be damaged by theses high alcohol containing products. They will lose the frame / or lens warranties on these optical products. They are [...]

2020-07-02T08:57:37+02:00July 2nd, 2020|Eyecare, General|

How contagious is the new coronavirus?

Currently, it is not known how the virus spreads "easily or sustainably" from person to person. Many large gatherings and events have been canceled or postponed as a public health measure to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. The government has implemented these emergency measures as a best practice to contain transmission of [...]

2020-05-28T20:15:03+02:00June 29th, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Your eyes and prevention of Covid-19

The relationship between coronavirus transmission and your eyes is complicated. COVID-19 is believed to be transmitted from person to person primarily through "respiratory droplets" in the air produced when someone coughs or sneezes, just like the flu virus. These droplets can fall into the mouth or nose of close people and possibly be inhaled [...]

2020-05-28T20:10:53+02:00June 22nd, 2020|Eyecare, General|

How the eyes can play a role in its spread and prevention of Covid-19

Our eyes could play an important role in the spread and prevention of the outbreak of the new coronavirus, present worldwide. For this reason it is advised against touching your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean. The mucous membranes (the membranes that cover the various cavities of the body) are [...]

2020-05-28T20:06:55+02:00June 15th, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Foggy Lenses with your Face Mask? Here’s some help (Part 2)

Adjust your glasses If your lenses have pads, you can twist them so that the frame rests a little further from your face. This will allow warm air to escape rather than being trapped between your face and the lenses of your glasses. Please note that altering the pads can slightly change your vision [...]

2020-05-28T20:02:09+02:00June 8th, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Foggy Lenses with your Face Mask? Here’s some help (Part 1)

Wash the glasses with soap and water A study recommend that before putting on a face mask, wash your glasses or sunglasses with soapy water and gently shake them to remove excess water. Then allow them to air dry or gently pat dry with a clean microfiber cloth. This method, the study states, would [...]

2020-05-28T19:57:57+02:00June 1st, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Eyelash Extension Facts and Safety

People are going to new lengths to make their eyes look special. Eyelash extensions, professionally applied on natural lashes with a semi-permanent glue, are growing in popularity. Ophthalmologists say this cosmetic treatment can be safe, as long as consumers take precautions to protect themselves. What Are Eyelash Extensions? There are three types of lash [...]

2020-03-05T14:18:20+02:00March 30th, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Good Eye Lash Hygiene

To keep your lashes healthy, wash your face and eyelids daily with gentle soap and water. Glands in the eyelid naturally lubricate lashes, so lotions and conditioners are not necessary unless lashes feel excessively dry. A healthy diet including proteins, fruits, vegetables and sufficient iron will also help with the health and maintenance of [...]

2020-03-05T14:04:37+02:00March 23rd, 2020|Eyecare, General|

Why Are My Eyelashes Falling Out?

Eyelashes are more than just cosmetic fringe. Lashes protect the eye from debris that can obstruct vision or cause infection or injury. Eyelashes grow, fall out and replace themselves in a natural cycle every six to 10 weeks, just like the hair on top of your head. It’s normal to lose between one and [...]

2020-03-05T13:00:34+02:00March 16th, 2020|Eyecare, General|