Your life and eyes

Here you can find your guide to vision solutions to suit your lifestyle. This collection of articles has been written to support you when looking for more information about choosing the right lenses for your lifestyle whether that be sporting pursuits through to driving.

Your life and eyes 4 min read

10 guidelines for improving your driving at night

Driving at night can be more dangerous than driving during the daytime due to darker conditions, glare from headlights and other road hazards. Because of these risks, it is important to maintain visual safety and take appropriate vehicle-related precautions.

Your life and eyes

Prescription sunglasses can improve driving during summer months

The summer season brings sunshine, vacation and warm-weather activities into full gear. But before you put the top down on your convertible, it’s important to remember that sunnier conditions also call for more protection for your eye and skin health — not to mention vision protection for those summer drives.

Your life and eyes 3 min read

Understanding NHS Eye Tests

You might be eligible for a free eye test on the NHS in the UK, or through similar schemes in Ireland. Find out more about the criteria in our latest blog.

Your life and eyes 2 min read

What Does 20/20 Vision Mean?

You have no doubt heard the phrase ‘20/20 vision’ before. It’s often said when someone is talking about having perfect vision, but what does it actually mean?

Your life and eyes 2 min read

3 Ways to Protect Your Eye Health from UV Light

Protection from UV light is important for your eyes to reduce your risk of cataracts or damage to retinal cells. Luckily, you can achieve optimal protection by wearing the right lens solution. With that in mind, here are 3 things to consider in order to protect your eyes from UV light.

Your life and eyes 2 min read

Ready Readers vs Prescription Lenses

Finding the right lenses can seem like a challenge, especially if you’re new to wearing lenses. With so many different types suited for different needs, how do you know which glasses are right for you?