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Your everyday lens for your everyday life

Eyezen™ lenses are enhanced everyday lenses, designed to reduce eye strain when you’re working or socialising on digital devices. So you can continue to do what you enjoy with comfortable vision.


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Reduces eye strain

Eyezen lenses are specifically designed with an extra help to support your visual efforts1 when you're looking at digital screens.

  • Helps reduce eye strain
  • Helps reduce visual fatigue
  • Helps support readability of smaller text on digital device screens
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Sharper vision

Whether you spend 3 hours or up to 12 hours per day on devices your digital life has an impact on your vision2.

With Eyezen lenses your vision is sharper than it is with ordinary lenses so you don't have to make as much visual effort1 to see screens clearly.

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Protects your eyes

Eyezen lenses help protect your eyes from harmful light thanks to a unique solution

  • Protection from Ultra Violet light
  • Protection from Harmful Blue-Violet light
  • Let's essential light through the lens


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HOW CLEARLY CAN YOU READ THIS? GET THE REAL STORY ON YOUR SCREEN LIFE

Watching television, updating your Instagram account, and a whole load of other digital activities are now part and parcel of our daily lives — to the point where we don’t know how we used to live without them.

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TAKE BETTER SELFIES, NO REALLY

The angle, lighting, and filter is just right: you’re poised and ready to snap your selfie. Every aspect is perfect, but there’s one thing

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Supporting study for Eyezen lenses bringing extra help: Eyezen 0.4 lenses help reduce eyestrain by compensating accommodative power drop during at least 20 minutes of near work. Chi & Lin (1998), a comparison of seven visual fatigue assessment techniques in three data acquisition task. Human Factors, 40 (4), 577-590.

Supporting study for digital life having an impact on your vision: (1) Paillé, D., Impact of new digital technologies on posture, Points de Vue, International Review of Ophthalmic Optics, N72, Autumn 2015