In the previous article, we discussed “What is the difference between myopia and hyperopia?”. In this article, let’s talk about “How do I stop getting marks on my nose from glasses?”.
Choose the light glasses.
Go to an optometrist to have your glasses resized. Wear suitable thin lenses. Wear glasses of the right size to help prevent imprinting. Switch to lighter lenses and lighter rimless glasses. If you do not want to replace the glasses, you can go to the glasses shop to ask professional personnel to do with the glasses temples, glasses pad, etc., to the appropriate position, to avoid the heavy glasses compression of the bridge of the nose. Or talk to them about changing the material of the nose pad. You can ask your optometrist to recommend glasses that don't leave marks on your nose.
Change a nose pad.
Check that the nose pad fits the bridge of the nose. If it does not fit, it will easily produce 'marks'.If a nose pad is too hard, change the nose pad. It can be replaced by a 'non-trace soft nose'.Choose the slender shape or broadleaf shape nose pad, with proper hardness. They can very effectively disperse the stress of the nose, support stability, wearing comfortable. Avoid the indentation left by the soft nose pad on the bridge of the nose due to sweating or long time wearing. You can replace the plastic one and give me a cloth one. This will get some air under the skin and make it dry out a little bit.
Proper Use of Glasses
When you're sweating, remove your glasses if possible, or they will increase red or black markings on the nose. Take off your glasses sometimes and give your nose a rest. Take off your glasses every now and then. This allows the skin to breathe.
Massage every day.
Gently massage the relevant area with your fingertips. Massage the pressed part by hand to relieve and remove the red mark. Keep the affected skin moist. To prevent dryness that can cause red marks on your nose, clean your glasses daily with antibacterial soap. Bacteria build-up on the glasses, which can cause redness and pigmentation.
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