dry eyes

How to Deal with Dry Eyes

Do you ever get an uncomfortable, itchy feeling in your eyes at the end of a long day? If this happens regularly, then you may be suffering from dry eyes.

Eye dryness occurs when the eye doesn’t produce tears properly or when the tears evaporate too quickly. It can range in severity and is caused by many different things, from lifestyle to medical conditions. For some, it’s an annoying but uncommon occurrence, but for others dry eyes can be a difficult, ongoing issue.

If your eyes often feel dehydrated, here are a few easy ways you can combat dryness for healthy eyes.

Swap Contact Lenses for Glasses

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7 Tips to Teach Your Kids Good Eye Care Habits

Looking after our eyes is something that should be considered from a very young age; therefore it’s essential that we teach our little ones all about the best eye care to help them develop healthy habits for the rest of their life. From our ever growing collection of prescription glasses and protective eyewear for kids, which is carefully curated by our expert buyers, to our informative blog posts, children’s eye care is something

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Google Glass 2: Without A Screen?

It seems like things on the surface are not as they appear over at Google. In spite of the tepid reception these glasses received, everything doesn’t seem all that its cracked up to be!

Since the initial product was introduced back in 2013, it has attempted to captivate audiences. Offering its slick design coupled with fast information, Google Glass provided the ability to capture hand-free images as well as bring up speedy information.

So whether you needed to to check the latest weather updates or flight times, its navigation was second to none. However, reports have surfaced about the

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Do we use our phones too much? Startup Stock Photos

Are Smartphones Creating Long Term Problems For Our Eyes?

What is the first thing you do in the morning? Do you pick up your phone to check your email and catch up with the news?

An hour or two later when there isn’t much to do, is it likely that you use your phone to surf the Internet or watch something on Netflix? Finally before bedtime, how long do you tend to play on your phone? Maybe you need to check Twitter one last time to make sure you haven’t missed out on anything. If this sounds a lot like you, then you are not alone.

As Apple and Samsung compete for your love, society recognises that having a multi-functioning phone is normal.

These days

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5 Ways to Care For Your Glasses

Your glasses require just as much tending loving care as the wearer. There are millions of us globally who wear glasses in every shape and size. Whether they are thin ones, round ones, horn rimmed or square, glasses are our pride and joy.

It does not matter if you have prescription glasses or a pair of Dior shades, taking care of them remains of paramount importance. After all, we have all been there when we have found a tiny scratch on the lens. On top of this, it can be even more annoying when we don’t treat our specs like a small child.

As long as you take care when it comes to your eyewear

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Colour Psychology in Fashion: What Does the Colour of Your Glasses Say About You?

The clothes we wear and the accessories that we choose to adorn ourselves with are much more than aesthetics. As someone who has worked in the fashion industry for a long time, I believe that fashion isn’t frivolous. It’s a part of who we are. It’s art. It’s life. And it’s self-expression.

When Mary Quant invented the mini skirt in the 1960s, she told the world that she wanted to create a fun style that allowed women to “run for the bus”. She changed lives with one single statement, liberating women everywhere. Since then, women have felt more open to use their clothing

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Laser Eye Surgery: It Doesn’t Always Work

I’ve got a true story to tell you. Once upon a time there was a girl who hated her glasses. She didn’t hate them for the way they made her look, she didn’t hate them for the way they made others perceive her, she hated them because they kept getting in the way. Reading in bed was a pain. Watching TV was uncomfortable (if she wanted to really relax on the sofa anyway). Swimming was a nightmare – to wear or not to wear (to see, albeit in a steamed up, damp kind of way, but run the risk of losing or breaking her specs, or not to see)?

They were a nuisance, and had been since she was eight

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