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The spirit behind celluloid glasses Because celluloid material is flammable, it cannot be mechanized and basically needs to be created by hand, which forms a unique set of handcraft modes of Japanese crafters. Today, there are only a few celluloid factories in Japan, and the unique manual process and production are relatively small. This makes celluloid handmade glasses even rarer and more valuable. Celluloid was originally a very common and cheap material, even with a certain degree of danger, but...

The spirit behind celluloid glasses

Because celluloid material is flammable, it cannot be mechanized and basically needs to be created by hand, which forms a unique set of handcraft modes of Japanese crafters. Today, there are only a few celluloid factories in Japan, and the unique manual process and production are relatively small. This makes celluloid handmade glasses even rarer and more valuable. Celluloid was originally a very common and cheap material, even with a certain degree of danger, but because of the unique craftsmanship of skilled craftsmen, its performance was brought to the extreme, so that celluloid glasses became unique and sought after by some people. The material of the frame is an important factor that determines the comfort of the glasses. While ensuring comfort, people hope that the glasses can have a decorative effect and play a role in clothing matching in different scenes.


Lens anti-fogging agent

To be specific, a layer of the anti-fogging agent is sprayed (coated) on the surface of the lens to form a dense, absorbent, ultra-thin, and ultra-transparent biological coating. The coating chelates the droplets inside the coating (chelating means processing the material into a digestible form) to form a continuous and supper transparent chelating coating, which converts the droplets into a transparent micro-glass layer, thus preventing fogging. Spray anti-fogging agent on the surface of the lens, and then wipe evenly with an ordinary lens cloth. It can be used on most lenses. They are easy to use but have relatively short anti-fogging time. During use, the lens should not be wiped or washed. Long time use will affect the lens life.



What to consider when buying eyeglasses?

Usually, people with lighter skin tones choose lighter color frames, while those with darker skin tones choose dark color frames. For example, people with lighter skin tones can choose soft pink frames, tortoiseshell frames, or gold and silver frames, while those with darker skin tones can choose red, black, or tortoiseshell frames.


Contact Lens Material - PHEMA material

It is the earliest material used in the production of contact lens hydrophilic material. The main advantage is water absorption, with a water content of about 38%. The material is soft, but its disadvantage is only partial oxygen permeability.



The Disadvantages of Aspheric Lenses

Here, we will show some disadvantages of aspheric lenses.

The aspheric lens has a relatively small light area. When the eyeball rotates around, it will blur a little when looking at the outside through lens edge. In other words, the visual range of the line of sight becomes smaller.

Human’s eyeball is spherical and the eyeball rotates to the edge. Through aspheric lenses, the objects near the eye appear protruding.


Glasses may have different functional priorities.

Children's glasses focus on the treatment of eye disease, adult glasses focus on improving vision. To children with myopia, matching glasses is to improve vision really, eliminate fatigue, coordinate the muscles inside and outside of the eye, and can prevent myopia to deepen. For children, when they suffer from hyperopia, anisometropia, strabismus, amblyopia, and so on, sometimes they wear glasses to treat eye disease. It is the prerequisite for future vision improvement.



The cost of an eye exam

If you have a Walmart Vision Center near you and you need a new or updated prescription, you can schedule your eye exam there. Some vision centers have independent optometrists who work in offices next to Walmart. An eye exam at Walmart costs about $73, depending on where you live. Call your nearest Walmart Vision Center to get the exact price of an eye exam.

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