Wearing prescription glasses and sunglasses in the summer can be a pain, always having to carry both pairs and changing between the two as you move from indoors to outdoors.

Whether you wear glasses or not, you can get eyestrain at the end of a long day. Televisions, computer screens, sunlight, reading and driving can all put eyes under stress and strain causing blurred vision and watery eyes. However, thanks to light-adaptive photochromic lenses, it’s possible to wear just one pair all the time.

Photochromic lenses can help your eyes cope as they react to different light conditions encountered during the day.
What are photochromic lenses? Photochromic lenses darken on exposure to sunlight and protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation. Excessive exposure can cause permanent damage to the cornea and conjunctiva. Good photochromic lenses block out 100% of the most harmful rays of the sun, 100% of the time, adapting to changes in light and darkening in seconds.

This type of lenses is ideal for the different levels of light both inside and outside. Photochromic lenses are clear lenses that react to ultraviolet rays. They therefore possess the ability to change colours depending on the light intensity.

Here are the advantages of photochromic lenses:

They adapt to environmental changes (indoor, outdoor, high or low brightness).

They provide greater comfort, since they reduce eyestrain and glare in the sun.

They are available for most prescriptions.

They provide daily protection against harmful UV rays, by absorbing 100% of UVA and UVB rays.

They allow you to stop juggling between your pair of clear glasses and your sunglasses.

They are available in different colors to suit all needs.

Also, thanks to the latest technology from Jupitoo, the speed of color change has greatly improved. Lenses thus go from dark to light faster, and vice versa.

For more information on these lenses, do not hesitate to contact Jupitoo eye care professional.
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