Single Vision

Single vision – lenses used to correct either short-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hypermetropia), astigmatism and presbyopia (for reading problems over 40 years of age)


Bifocal – special lenses to help with distance, intermediate and near vision in one lens

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Allows for sharper vision that is free of glares, reflections and any other auras that may be causing eyestrain. Additionally, it can repel dust, water and other debris to make your eyes look clearer behind the lens.

Blue Light Reduction

Blocks blue light emitted from digital devices to improve comfort in vision hence greatly reducing straining of the eyes. Ideal for everyone in this era, dominated by screens

Scratch Resistant Glass

Helps avoid damage to the lenses from scratches which can cause interference with vision. Scratch-resistant coatings can prolong the durability of the lenses making it an even more worthwhile investment

UV Protection

Blocks virtually all harmful Ultraviolet rays that causes significant ocular problems like cataracts and macular degeneration. This coating is a must-have for all those with an outdoor lifestyle

Progressive/ multifocal – provides flawless vision across all distances with the added benefit of a good appearance compared to bifocals/ trifocals.


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