Eye Health

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7 Signs You Might Need Glasses

Have you noticed that your eyesight is not as great as it used to be? While most Americans have good eyesight, poor eyesight is not as rare as you may think.

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How to Disinfect Your Glasses

The most current CDC COVID-19 guidance states that it “may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes.” In order to prevent the spread of the virus, the CDC recommends washing hands…

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The Right Time to Buy New Glasses

Replacing your eyeglasses can be an easy chore to let slide. “Oh, I’ll get to it eventually!” or “This old pair fits just fine, I guess” or “I just don’t have time for that errand right now!” There’s never a better time to look, feel, and see your best than right now, which means there’s…

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Staying Safe at Eye Elegance

Both Eye Elegance locations are open and ready to serve you. We are continuing all health measures and disinfecting all frames before returning them to the displays. We have hand sanitizer available in all our boutiques and masks for our team. We will be accepting both pre-scheduled appointments and walk-in’s as we will have staff…

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Eye Health & COVID-19

Your safety is our priority at Eye Elegance. In addition to taking measures to keep our staff and customers safe during the current COVID-19 crisis, we also want to take this opportunity to talk about good hygiene habits for eye health. Cleaning and care are important for the health of your eyes, and the condition…

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Computer Eye Strain

Even if you don’t work in front of a computer all day, chances are you spend a fair amount of time looking at a screen—your iPhone, the television, or your tablet or e-reader. In 2020, let’s all resolve to take steps to reduce computer eye strain.

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Shopping for Sunglasses

We can’t think of a better way to stay healthy and look cool doing it than wearing a great pair of sunglasses. A fun accessory also provides important protection for your eyes from harmful UVA and UVB rays. Why not spend a little more on a pair of fabulous sunglasses? It’s an excellent investment in…

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Reading Glasses Roundup (Part 3)

If you have had trouble finding stylish, comfortable reading glasses—or if you’re shopping for your very first pair—today’s topic is for you. We are looking at some of the most important factors to consider when choosing a new pair of reading glasses, as well as a few considerations to keep you seeing clearly all day…

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Reading Glasses Roundup (Part 2)

When it’s time to purchase your first pair of reading glasses there are several important factors to consider before making a decision. So put down those drugstore readers, and let’s learn a little bit about how to choose the best pair of reading glasses.

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Reading Glasses Roundup (Part 1)

So, you think you might need reading glasses! It happens to most of us, eventually, thanks to a condition known as “presbyopia,” a progressive eye condition that results in difficulty focusing up close. Age of onset varies, but most of the time adults over 40 will begin to notice symptoms—namely, an inability to read comfortably…

Safe Toys Mean Safer Eyes for Kids
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December is Safe Toys & Gifts Month

Be mindful of the gifts and toys you’re buying in December during Safe Toys & Gifts Month. Did you know more than 250,000 children are treated annually for toy-related injuries? You can help prevent eye injuries by being mindful of the types of gifts and toys you purchase and give during the holiday season. Tips…

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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Blindness is one of many potential complications stemming from diabetes, along with nerve damage, stroke, and kidney disease, among others. Diabetes increases the risk of developing glaucoma and cataracts, but diabetic retinopathy is the most common vision problem stemming from diabetes. In the United States, 3.6 million people over the age of 40 suffer from…