Your life and eyes

Here you can find your guide to vision solutions to suit your lifestyle. This collection of articles has been written to support you when looking for more information about choosing the right lenses for your lifestyle whether that be sporting pursuits through to driving.

Your life and eyes 2 min read

How to avoid eye infections

Getting an eye infection can be uncomfortable and even painful, and it's important they aren't left untreated. Follow these tips to avoid eye infections.

Your life and eyes 3 min read

Are lens coatings for your glasses really worth it?

If you wear your glasses frequently, you’ll have no doubt experienced smudges, scratches and bothersome reflections at some point. Lens coatings can be an effective solution to help you get more out of your lenses, but what difference can they really make to your glasses?

Your life and eyes 6 min read

How clearly can you read this?

Get the real story on your screen life. Digital devices are now part and parcel of our daily lives learn about what type of screen user you are but also the affects screens can have on your vision.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

The myths and the truth behind blue light

There have been many stories in the media over recent years surrounding blue light, and the impact it can have on your health. In this article, we take a look at what blue light is, the impact it can have and how to protect yourself.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Understanding how the eye works

Your eyes may be small, but there are many different parts that work carefully together in order to create the picture you see in front of you. With that in mind, we present a brief overview of how the eyes work and how different eye conditions or diseases can affect them.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Will presbyopia affect my vision on the road?

Whether you drive a car, ride a bicycle or motorbike, or simply prefer to walk, great vision is critical for road safety. Presbyopia is a natural part of ageing. Symptoms usually start to occur from the early 40s. Even if you’ve had perfect eyesight, you may find that you need to hold your phone a little further away.