THE ADAPTIVE ADVANTAGE

It’s easy to overlook your eyes.  Most people agree that sight is the sense they rely on most.  Despite this, taking care of our eye health is usually an afterthought, or worse, something we take for granted.

Seeing 20/20 is great, but healthy sight means more than that.  UV rays, glare and eye fatigue are challenges our eyes face daily.  Wearing Transitions® lenses, which adapt to changing light, can help you protect your eyes from all three challenges.





WHEN YOUR EYES ARE TIRED, YOU'RE TIRED

With ordinary clear lenses your eyes have to constantly adjust to changing light.  Your pupils dilate and your eyes squint.  It doesn’t seem like much, but over the course of the day it can all add up to cause eyestrain and fatigue.  Transitions lenses filter the light for you so your eyes don’t have to work as hard, allowing your eyes to stay relaxed and comfortable all day long.




UV RAYS DAMAGE MORE THAN JUST SKIN

You can’t see or feel UV rays, but they’re present all year long. And just like your skin, your eyes need protection.  Damage from UV exposure is cumulative, building every time your eyes are exposed to the sun.  Research shows that UVA and UVB rays may contribute to short-term vision impairment as well as to potentially serious age-related eye problems and disease of the eyes, including cataracts. UV light may also contribute to macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in people over 60 years old.

The good news is that wearing Transitions lenses will help protect your eyes by blocking 100% of invisible UVA and UVB rays.






SMILING IN THE FACE OF GLARE

Everybody can agree that glare is distracting, annoying and in some situations, even dangerous. The cause of glare is simple – too much light. Transitions lenses are the perfect antiglare solution because they rapidly adapt to changing light. They block glare outdoors by providing your eyes with exactly the amount of shade they need for any situation.



IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PROTECTING YOUR EYES

Kid’s eyes need protection, too.  In fact, children are more at risk of the eye-damaging effects of UV exposure than adults.  The eye of a child under the age of ten allows more than six times the amount of UV light to penetrate than an adult’s eye, so it’s never too early to start protecting a child’s eyes.

Many parents find that it can be difficult to ensure that their child is wearing protective eyewear, especially in situations when they may not be present, like walking to or from school and during recess.

Transitions lenses can help.  They block 100% of UV radiation and reduce glare.  And they’re available in the sturdy, lightweight, shatter and impact-resistant materials that are best for children.