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Gaming Glasses: Do they work, and do you need them?

Gaming Glasses: Do they work, and do you need them?

Gaming is more popular than ever, especially over the last year, which has seen a 29% increase in home video game usage in the UK alone. With leisure and recreation facilities closed and the public advice to stay inside, at-home entertainment has benefitted from a...

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How To Clean Your Glasses Properly

How To Clean Your Glasses Properly

We have all done it. Smudges, dust, and finger marks wiped away rigorously with the soft side of a jumper or a paper towel. While this may be a short-term fix to a simple problem, you are almost certainly damaging your lenses. Cleaning your glasses properly may seem...

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Masks are the new normal so can Anti-Fog lenses help?

Masks are the new normal so can Anti-Fog lenses help?

As we carry on into 2021, it is safe to say that mask-wearing will be our normality for some time to come. Even with the vaccines coming thick and fast, we have a long way to go yet. Optically, it is not always convenient or feasible to wear contact lenses instead of...

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Lensology – COVID-19 Statement

Lensology – COVID-19 Statement

Last Updated: 27th January As we begin a new year, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued loyalty and support. The continuing rollout of the vaccines is offering some hope and optimism that we will soon begin to see an end in sight, but...

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Cold Weather Eyecare – How Winter Affects Your Eyes

Cold Weather Eyecare – How Winter Affects Your Eyes

Winter, especially in the UK, is long, cold, and usually wet too. In the spring and summer, we are accustomed to wearing sunglasses when it’s too bright and utilising transition lenses, but are you taking the same care of your eyes throughout the winter months? Here,...

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How To Choose The Right Lenses For Your Glasses

How To Choose The Right Lenses For Your Glasses

Choosing glasses can seem daunting. With so many options on the market, it can sometimes be hard to know where to start. Your frames should fit comfortably and measured correctly with your face shape. Take into consideration whether you would prefer plastic or metal...

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What Are Photochromic Lenses?

What Are Photochromic Lenses?

Photochromic lenses are perhaps more widely known as transition lenses. The lens quickly reacts to different light conditions where UV is present, absorbing ambient light so that the wearer is protected from the harmful ultra-violet rays present inside and out...

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Is It Bad To Rub Your Eyes?

Is It Bad To Rub Your Eyes?

Sometimes, there feels like there nothing better than a big stretch and good old eye rub when you are feeling tired at your desk, off to bed, or waking up in the morning. But could something that feels so good be harming your eyes? Well, yes. But, it’s just an eye...

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What Are The Benefits Of Blue Light Blocking Glasses?

What Are The Benefits Of Blue Light Blocking Glasses?

In our increasingly connected world of virtual workplaces, family chats, exercise and home-schooling, talk of blue light and its potentially harming effects on our overall health are coming to the fore. But what do we need to pay attention to and what can we do about...

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How Long Does It Take To Reglaze A Pair Of Glasses?

How Long Does It Take To Reglaze A Pair Of Glasses?

Reglazing of glasses – replacing the lenses in a current pair of frames whilst diverting the high costs of the opticians – has seen a surge in popularity recently, with us working from home and popping out to the shops becoming more restricted. Lensology is one of the...

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