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WHY VARILUX® PROVE THE PROGRESSIVE LENSES CLICHES WRONG ?

DON’T LET COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS PREVENT YOU FROM VISUAL COMFORT

Despite the great technical advances in today’s progressive lenses,long-standing clichés prevent some people from correcting a common
age-related eye condition with this effective and simple solution.

DEBUNKING 6 STEREOTYPES

There are many myths and stereotypes that may make you reluctant to try progressive lenses. Some examples: “It takes a long time to get used to them”.False: Most people adapt quickly. “They make your eyes lazy”. Simply untrue; in fact, correcting your vision is the best protection you can offer it.
“You have to move your head constantly to find the right angle to see sharp”. Not any longer; Varilux® lenses eliminated this problem years ago.
The truth is that wearing progressive lenses isn’t a problem, but leaving presbyopia uncorrected is.

 

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HELPING PEOPLE TO SEE EFFORTLESSLY

Varilux® is the number 1 progressive lens brand worldwide*, providing sharp, effortless vision to millions of people in over 100 countries, with very high level of satisfaction.**

* Euromonitor, 2016 data; Retail value RSP amongst spectacle lenses category, brands representing progressive lenses.

** 96%* of wearers are satisfied with the quality of vision their Varilux® lenses give them (Global Studies conducted between 2009 and 2017 on 1903 wearers, n = 18 studies)
 

WEARING VARILUX® LENSES FOR THE FIRST TIME?

Wearing glasses  for the first time is a change. The same is true for starting to wear progressive lenses.
So you’ll be pleased to hear that Varilux® lenses are easy to adapt to. By following our tips below you will
be comfortable in no time.

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WANT TO FIND THE PERFECT LENSES?

Visit your nearest optical store today.