ReDEFINE the appearance of your eyes.
There are numerous and varied reasons women wear make-up. For some, it brings confidence in going to work, school, or just running errands. Makeup is great for creating the appearance of perfect skin, and, with skillful application, women can erase years from their face. Some women want to appear glamorous while others prefer a natural look. Both use makeup to achieve it, but the idea is to have a polished look without looking like they are wearing makeup. Additionally, with all of the different colors, textures and tools involved, playing around with makeup can simply be seen as a fun thing to do.
Have you ever wished you could make your eyes pop without piling on eye shadow, highlighter, and mascara?
Or, have you ever wondered if you could make your eyes appear brighter and more youthful?
Contact lenses might be your answer.
There is a whole new way to enhance the natural beauty of your eyes - 1-Day Acuvue Define Brand contact lenses. These lenses enhance your own natural color rather than mask it.
They do this by enhancing the limbal ring - the line surrounding the iris (the colored part of your eye). Studies have found that a naturally darker and defined limbal ring is associated with attractiveness and youth.
These lenses define the outer edge of your iris while letting the natural color shine through. They are carefully designed to mimic and intensify the patterns and light reflection on the iris, so it will not be painfully obvious that these eyes aren't quite your own. In other words, they bring out the radiance in your eyes in a natural way. As a result, your eyes will appear brighter and more youthful.
Take the first step toward enhancing the natural beauty of your eyes. Schedule your evaluation today!
Why a comprehensive eye examination should top the back-to-school checklist.
Vision plays a critical role in learning. In fact, eighty percent of learning is done visually, and one in four children have an undetected vision condition. Children often do not know what good vision is if he or she has never experienced it, so he or she will not voice that there is a problem and often leads to frustrated students or low self esteem. It is common for vision problems to be mistaken for a learning disability. Because eye health and vision development plays a major role in academic growth, an eye examination is a great investment in your child's education.
Is there a difference between a comprehensive eye examination with us versus a vision screening at school or by the pediatrician?
Yes. While screenings are valuable and do help identify some eye or vision problems, they are not a substitute for a comprehensive eye examination. A comprehensive eye examination includes visual acuity, cover test, pupil assessment, extraocular muscle evaluation, visual field testing, retinoscopy, anterior slit lamp examination, and dilated posterior slit lamp and binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy examination. By contrast, a vision screening usually consists of visual acuity only.
How often should a child have his or her eyes examined?
Annually. Eye health is an important part of your child's overall health care. Whether you have vision insurance or not, the majority of medical insurance plans cover an annual preventative eye examination for children. We accept most medical insurance plans for preventative or medical eye examinations.
We strongly encourage you to schedule a comprehensive eye examination before your child starts school again to help ensure he or she is ready and eager to learn.
Complete Vision Care, Inc