I’ve never been against glasses, in fact I used to sometimes wear fake glasses when I was younger thinking it made me look a little smarter…
Fast forward several decades and vanity no longer rules the day. I’m about practicality now. So when I found myself with very frequent migraines and a general feeling of profound exhaustion after long days staring at a computer, tablet and iPhone several years into my freelance career — I knew something had to change.
But then Essilor offered to send me a pair of glasses with their new Eyezen lenses that might help out with some of the issues I was having and I was beyond anxious to see if the very thing I used to “play at” would in fact be the one thing I was missing.
After several weeks wearing these beauties when I work, I am indeed Seeing with New Eyes and I’m getting a lot less migraines.
Here was their pitch:
Eyezen are crafted to screen out harmful blue light from screens and eliminate digital eye strain. Our eyes were never meant to look at millions of glowing pixels all day. On the bright side, there’s no need to immediately power down in panic or change your screen life. With Eyezen glasses, you can enhance it. Ordinary glasses help you see your world. Eyezen glasses enhance the way you live in it. Eyezen lenses are a technological advancement designed for how you view all your modern digital devices. Everyone deserves the most comfortable vision possible. That’s why Eyezen glasses are available to everyone — whether you have a prescription or not — to help reduce eye strain, keep you going and get the most out of your screen life.
I was excited — but skeptical — after reading that and to my pleasant surprise it has all turned out to be true. Whether I am in my home office, on a plane reading from my iPad or on the subway trying to reply to email on my iPhone; I am always wearing my Eyezen glasses (frames by Dolce&Gabbana) now.
It’s easy to get your own pair, Eyezen lenses come with or without prescription! Start your research by visiting their website EyezenUSA.com
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Essilor. While I received the glasses for free and I am being paid to share this post with you, the opinions here are still mine. Ask me the next time you see me, and I have no doubt I’d be able to pull the glasses from my coat pocket or purse. That’s how often I wear them now!