VARILUX® - #1 PROGRESSIVE LENSES BRAND WORLDWIDE:
VARILUX® lenses provide sharp vision at every distance allowing you to see near, far and intermediate distances seamlessly with ease. With more than 700 million lenses sold worldwide, VARILUX® is the progressive lens brand that eye care professionals trust and recommend most.
5 REASONS TO WEAR VARILUX®
MULTITASK WITH EASE
SHARP VISION IN 3 DISTANCES
NO MORE SWITCHING
INSTANTLY FOCUS IN ANY SITUATION
INNOVATION LEADER SINCE 1959
Since the invention of the first VARILUX® progressive lens in 1959, VARILUX® has been at the forefront of research and development. With up to 30 patents in every lens**, VARILUX® Progressive lenses are personalized to meet your unique needs.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ARE PROGRESSIVE LENSES HARD TO GET USED TO?
Although there are variations in individual experience and the time taken to adapt to progressive lenses, most people get used to their lenses within 1 week. The best way to get used to your new lenses are to move your head as well as your eyes when looking sideways, adjust to your glasses by wearing them in a familiar environment and avoid switching back to your old glasses.
DO I HAVE TO TILT MY HEAD UP AND DOWN WHEN USING PROGRESSIVE LENSES?
If the progressive lenses are correctly fitted by your optician/optometrist, you should be looking through the correct areas of the lenses in your habitual (usual) natural head and eye movements without awkward head movements.
WILL I HAVE DIFFICULTY WALKING DOWN STEPS WHILE WEARING THE PROGRESSIVE LENSES?
The current progressive lenses are really easy to get used to, and new users should have little difficulty adapting to them. For new wearers, you can tuck in your chin to avoid looking at the reading part of the lenses when walking down steps.
DO I HAVE TO WEAR MY PROGRESSIVE LENSES ALL THE TIME?
Most people opt for progressive lenses due to convenience (It has both your far and near prescriptions in one lens) and only when they are needed. You can always opt to remove them or wear them occasionally.
DO I NEED A BIGGER FRAME FOR MY PROGRESSIVE LENSES AS I NEED MORE SPACE FOR READING?
Newer and modern progressive lenses have been designed to fit into smaller frames to match normal eye movements in these frame styles. Your optician/optometrist can recommend the best lenses for your needs.