What Works For Dark Circles? | KOALAEYE OPTICAL

What Works For Dark Circles?

Wear glasses timely.

You must pay attention to that whether it is myopia, farsightedness, astigmatism, it is recommended to wear glasses in time. Especially for children, for the first time, it is recommended to have professional ophthalmic optometry. If it is pseudomyopia, temporarily they do not wear glasses. Drugs, physiotherapy, and other methods can be used to promote rehabilitation. If it is true myopia because the axis of the eye has increased, it should be corrected as early as possible, and then take comprehensive prevention and treatment measures to control the deepening of myopia. Otherwise, it will not only affect study life but can make myopia more and more serious.


When were the first glasses invented?

No one knows when the first pair of glasses were invented, but we do know that the grinding techniques for making simple magnifying glasses have been around since 1000 AD, especially in regions where glasses were already produced (including northern Italy). The earliest artwork of glasses appears in the Treviso Cathedral fresco painted by Tommaso de Modena in 1352. There is reliable evidence that eyeglasses were invented in Italy in the late 13th century. The first pair we think of as eyeglasses appeared in Italian pizza in the late 12th century and looked more like two small magnifying glasses (made of raised glass) riveted together at the top of the handle. In 1266, The English Franciscan Monk Roger Bacon wrote about the scientific principles of corrective lenses, but there is no evidence that he applied this knowledge to the manufacture of eyeglasses.



Eyeglasses chain stores have unified standards.

Due to the different management systems, the traditional business mainly relies on differentiated management and it enables member enterprises to have different business scope and modes and form complimentary benefits. Often, member enterprises are not required to implement unified management, with the unclear division of labor and uncertain responsibilities. The main store of a chain store and other stores shall form a clear division of labor in their professional functions, requiring the implementation of a unified management system, unified purchase, unified operation, and unified management. All the stores under the jurisdiction implement the unified management norm form formulated by the headquarters to form a unified norm.


ATTCL Retro Polarized Night Driving Glasses

These glasses have metal frames. The metal frame uses an aluminum-magnesium alloy structure, strong and light. While you'll see them available in a variety of colors, you'll still have to choose the night vision option if you want to buy night driving glasses. The anti-glare yellow night lens is designed to filter 20 percent of glare at night.



The Cons of Transition Lenses

However, besides the pros of transition lenses, there are also some negative voices of transition lenses.

The transition lenses are not effective in cars because the windshield blocks the UV rays so that transition lenses won’t darken very well in the car.

Different brands of photochromic glasses have different levels of darkness and different reaction times. So, you may need to ask the doctor to find the brand that works best for you. Transition glasses are affected by colder weather. So it means that it may take a bit longer to react to UV rays in winter. Most transition lenses are not polarized which may result in harsh glares.

So, if you need transition glasses, try Koalaeye Optical, which provides the Koalaeye photochromic glasses. Besides these, Koalaeye Optical also provides other kinds of glasses, such as blue light blocking glasses, polarized sunglasses, progressive sunglasses, and so on.


Does blue light cause damage to the eyes?

Businesses often associate blue light with mobile phones and computers that everyone frequently touches. There are also many terrible explanations about blue light on the Internet, ranging from causing damage to the eyes to causing cancer. Therefore, in recent years, mass media and academic circles have caused heated discussions about the possible impact of blue light on eye health.

It is believed that the reason why blue light harms the eyes is that blue light is not like ultraviolet light which is absorbed by the cornea and lens so that it cannot reach the retina. Blue light can reach the retina through the refractive medium of the eye, and over time it will cause the aging and functional degradation of the retina. But in fact, the eyes have many protection mechanisms in the process of evolution, such as squinting, pupil contraction, lutein contained in the macula of the retina, the anti-oxidant repair mechanism of the retina, etc., which can protect our eyes from the damage of blue light. Also, after scientific testing, the blue light emitted by electronic products is a few percent of the intensity of blue light in natural light, which means that as long as the electronic products are not used continuously every day (for example, more than 8 hours a day), blue light will not be causes obvious damage to the eyes.


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When do you need blue-light-blocking glasses?

Anti-blue light glasses are suitable for wearing when using LED digital display devices like TV, computer, PAD, and mobile phone. However, it is not recommended to wear anti-blue light glasses for a long time in daily life, because the anti-blue light glasses filter part of the blue light and the picture will be yellow when viewing objects. It is recommended to wear two pairs of glasses, one pair of ordinary glasses for daily use. A pair of anti-blue light glasses to use for computers and other LED display digital products.

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