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3 Reasons Why SunSync Elite is Your Ideal Winter Lens

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The cold-weather months require TLC when it comes to your overall health. Whether you’re dealing with dry skin or fighting off a nasty cold, winter can take a toll on your body. Our eyes are no exception. Fortunately, there’s now a revolutionary new approach that might help with your winter eye woes. SunSync Elite, a Read More »

New SunSync Lens Goes from Dark to Clear in Seconds

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If you’ve ever worn lenses that change from dark outdoors to clear indoors, this situation probably sounds familiar: You’re outside and your lenses are nice and dark, then you step inside and wait…and wait…and wait…and wait for them to return to clear. At some point you get so tired of waiting for your lenses to Read More »

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5 Reasons to Put Your Kids in Light-Reactive Lenses

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If you don’t work in the eye care industry, you may be asking yourself, “What in the world is a light-reactive lens?” As the name implies, a light-reactive lens reacts to light – ultraviolet light (UV) specifically. These lenses conveniently pack two different looks into one pair of frames. Indoors, they’re clear like standard prescriptions Read More »

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Win a trip to Maui with sunsync light-reactive lenses!

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Are you in the mood for change? How about a change of scenery? A free trip to Maui might do the trick. For a limited time, when you say hello to sunsync® light-reactive lenses, you could win a spectacular five night Maui getaway for two, including round-trip airfare.* Combining indoor clarity with outdoor comfort in one stylish package, Read More »

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The Top 3 Reasons Your Child Should Wear Photochromic Lenses

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I know what you’re thinking: “My kid should wear what kind of lenses?” Photochromic lenses. Light-reactive…self-tinting…adaptive; they’re known by a lot of different names, but the official term for them is photochromic lenses. Lenses that are clear indoors and automatically darken outside when exposed to the sun. Every kid should be wearing them. Why?  Here Read More »

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