Vision correction: two in every three people need it
Vision is the most used of our senses. 80% of information is received via sight. How? Our eyes: complex high-performance organs that are rarely perfect. Nearly one in two people suffer from vision problems. These problems can be linked to disease or age, but are more often due to an eye defect. From single to progressive, or reading to screen lenses, corrective lenses help us regain clarity of vision, avoid fatigue and headaches and preserve our safety and comfort throughout life.
Our vision inevitably changes around the age of 45. We experience more difficulty in seeing close up. We’ve become presbyopic. Why? Our crystalline is less able to adjust. Progressive lenses offer a simple and effective solution to remedy this inconvenience.
Single vision lenses
Myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism: unifocal or single vision lenses offer the most obvious solution to correct simple visual problems. Their key characteristic: they feature the same power across the whole lens surface.
These glasses are designed to help reading. Available without prescription in pharmacies, retail stores or online, they offer standard correction.
Lenses for screen use
Using digital devices is very demanding on our eyes. Over time, it can lead to significant visual fatigue. Whether we already have a visual correction or not, we can still benefit from specific lenses designed to relieve our eyes.