Monday, March 09, 2015

Watch my Transitions lenses in action!

This post is brought to you by Transitions Signature Lenses.

My eyeglasses-wearing friends are asking me how my new Transitions® Signature™ Lenses work. They ask because we haven't seen each other in a while and we're all so busy we can't see each other so I have to do a blog post so I can show them how haha.

(Girls, we have to see each other naaaaaa!)

Okay, first, I want to just say why I got Transitions® Signature™ Lenses:

1. I don't have a lot of space in my bag because my kids' things are all stuffed in there. So it's such a convenience that I don't have to rummage about in my bag and switch glasses when it's super sunny because my prescription glasses can now shield my eyes from the sun's rays.

2. Unlike sunglasses which are a constant hue, my Transitions® Signature™ Lenses darken in reaction to the strength of the UV rays so as I exit a dark building and enter a bright spot, my glasses gradually darken. When clouds pass over the sun, my glasses adjust. So the way I see the world is not darkened by mega-dark tinted glasses. Colors stay vivid. And I can still see!

3. I also feel that the darkening/lightening is gentler on my eyes. With sunglasses, my eyes have to suddenly switch from light to dark and vice versa, which can be stressful to eyes. Did you know that when your eyes are tired, you get tired, too? With regular clear lenses and even sunglasses, eyes have to constantly adjust to changing light. The pupils dilate, you squint your eyes. It doesn't seem like much energy is expended with our eyes adjusting to the light, but over the course of the day, it does all add up, causing eyestrain and fatigue (and wrinkles!). Transitions® Signature™ Lenses filter the light so that my eyes don't have to work so hard. My eyes stay relaxed and comfy all day long!

4. When entering a tunnel, I don't need to take off my glasses!

Okay, now check out how it works:

Soooo cool. I love my glasses!!!

Ask your optometrist about Transitions® Signature™ Lenses. You can also check out their Facebook page for more information.

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