5 Makeup Tips For Health Eyes

Posted on: 6 September 2017

Makeup is often times an everyday thing for most women. What most don't realize, though, is that makeup can be extremely harmful to the eyes if you're not careful and it becomes even more detrimental the more often you wear it. This doesn't mean that you can't wear makeup, however, it just means that you should definitely consider these five makeup tips for eye health: Be Gentle: First off, you should be applying your makeup gently, especially when applying around the eyes. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Invest In Prescription Reading Glasses

Posted on: 10 July 2017

As the body ages, the crystalline lens within the eye becomes less flexible. This loss of flexibility can lead to a deterioration of your ability to see close objects clearly. Reading and other activities can become challenging, and you may find that you need to address the problem by investing in a pair of reading glasses. While many consumers are tempted to purchase over-the-counter eyeglasses to help them read better, it is beneficial to invest in prescription reading glasses instead. [Read More]

Six Mistakes That Are Causing Your Eyeglasses To Wear Out Faster

Posted on: 11 May 2017

Eyeglasses aren't cheap. It's important to protect the investment you make in them by taking the best possible care so that they last a long time. If you avoid the following six eyeglass mistakes, your eyeglasses will last a long time and continue to function effectively for you throughout their lifespan: Buying cheap frames Expensive frames aren't just about keeping up with fashion. Frames that are more expensive tend to also be more resilient and less prone to breaking. [Read More]

Are You At Risk Of Developing Glaucoma?

Posted on: 27 April 2017

Glaucoma is a condition in which the internal eye pressure rises, leading to damage to the optic nerve and a gradual loss of eyesight. Anyone can develop glaucoma, but you're considered to be especially at risk if you: Are of African American Descent Though all races are prone to glaucoma, African Americans are 15 times more likely to develop it than Caucasians. In fact,blindness is the second leading cause of blindness in African Americans. [Read More]