Sunglasses Save Lives When You Are Driving

According to the World Health Organization, there are approximately 1.25 million lives cut short as a result of fatal vehicular accidents each year. Driving under the influence, speeding, and distracted driving account for a large number of accidents, but there is also a factor that can mean life and death when overlooked: your eyesight.  …

Photochromic Sunglasses – Perfect for Drivers of All Ages

Sunglasses have come a long way from simple accessories that can shield your eyes from bright sunlight to fashionable devices that can fetch thousands of dollars in stores. These accessories, however, are more than stylish. Photochromic lenses revolutionized how people see while wearing these sunglasses. Photochromic sunglasses are valuable in sports, adventure, and photography, but…

Winter Vision Care In 3 Easy Steps

Eye problems occur all year round, but there are cases when the cold wind of winter can lead to more issues that require urgent vision care. Some of the most common issues people experience are dry eyes, too much sunlight, and irritation or infection due to dirt. Here are some ways to prevent these issues…

Sunglasses Aren’t Just For Summer

Winter is just around the corner! While people are getting ready for the holidays with shopping and other activities, vision care should still be a priority as a myriad of eye problems can develop while the wind is chilly. Thankfully, there are ways to protect your eyes during winter, for example, you can wear sunglasses. Here…

Spy Optics: Home of the Happy Lens

The light from the sun, smartphones and computer screens, are made up of different types of light rays. This mixture can help you see better or damage your eyes. The sun, for example, emits a combination of good and bad rays. The good rays boosts mood and alertness, making a person feel better throughout the day. The…

Into The Deep Blue Hazard

A modern coffee shop without two or more people staring and scrolling at a screen (whether it’s a smartphone or a laptop) can be hard to find these days. It’s true that these devices have made lives easier and more entertaining, but too much, even of a good thing, can be dangerous in the long…