Category Archives: Eye Care Guide



Wear glasses or not, to keep your visual system in shape follow the following tips:Eating habits are very important to take care of our visual health. A healthy diet with the presence of vitamins (A, C, E …) and antioxidant elements has many benefits for eye health.

Eye hygiene is also very important. You should not touch or rub your eyes with your hands, since you could expose them to infections. It is imperative that you protect your eyes from the sun with approved sunglasses, which you can find in your view of confidence .

We must avoid unnecessary efforts in our sight. Not carrying the correct optical correction force our eye to an extra effort that is harmful. Little sleep makes the eye does not recover well from the aggression’s of the day.

During the night there is a regeneration of the epithelial cells that cover the anterior face of the eye. It is very important to illuminate the object that we are looking at (a book, a mobile, the TV, etc), but without reflections and without the light directly affecting our eyes.

We must maintain an adequate distance with the objects we are looking at . The TV to at least 2 meters and when we go to read or write try to be about 35-40 cms.




One question that we are asked many times in our optics is the one of How to take care of my glasses?

A few simple tricks will help you keep your prescription glasses in perfect condition for longer

Cleaning – Clean the lenses daily with the chamois provided by your optician-optometrist. Other soft systems that appear may scratch the surface. Remember, a dirty area in a lens is a translucent and non-transparent area, with the loss of visual quality that this implies.

Folded – When you remove your glasses, it is best to leave them folded, so it is more difficult to break them by any accident.

Washing – Wash your goggles with water and a mild soap, and dry them with a fine cotton cloth, if your frame is metallic avoid excessive watering.

Abrasives – Avoid abrasive products, there are specific products for the cleaning of the glasses on the market.

Heat – Do not place the glasses near a heat source, or inside the car in full sun, as they could be deformed by the expansion of the materials.

Rods – Always use both hands to remove the glasses, as this minimizes the risk of deforming the rods.

Footprints – Always attach the glasses to the frame, avoiding soiling of the lenses and leaving residues that may be abrasive in them. Anti-reflective treatments will help keep your lenses clean longer.

Cover – When you are not wearing your glasses, always leave them inside your case, where they will be more protected against any external damage.

Adjustment – Go to your optician-optometrist at least every 6 months to have them checked and adjusted to suit your needs.