Eyewear Care and Use
- When taking off your eyewear, hold the temples with both hands to avoid accidentally bending, damaging or loosening the frames.
- Rinse lenses with water and wipe dry with an optical cloth.
- Clean your eyewear thoroughly after use if you wear makeup.
- Place your eyewear in its case with the lenses facing up.
- Seek professional support from us for maintenance and repairs.
- Don’t expose your eyewear to high temperatures or extreme temperature changes.
- Don’t soak your eyewear in hot water.
- Don’t clean your eyewear with strong acidic or alkaline agents.
- Never use water, cleansing solutions or an ultrasonic cleaner on horn eyewear.
- If the lenses need to be cleaned, rinse the dirty part with cold water and wipe dry immediately.
- Wipe with an optical cloth after each use.
- Protect these frames against rough handling, bumps or pressure.
- Store in a place with air circulation, but away from moisture, seawater, and direct light, especially sunlight.
- Avoid extreme temperatures (over 35°C or under 10°C) and arid conditions.
Treat with a special horn-care cream every two weeks.
- Wipe clean with an optical cloth.
- Apply a small amount of cream to the frame and leave on for at least three minutes.
- Gently wipe the cream off with a soft cloth.
Keep horn frames away from moisture. Do not bend or adjust the frames yourselves. Please visit our store every one or two months for professional maintenance.
Care and Use of Special Lenses and Contact Lenses
- Never use an ultrasonic cleaner.
- Do not use hot water or corrosive detergents.
- Rinse with room temperature water and wipe dry gently with an optical cloth.
- Rinse and wipe dry immediately afterwards if worn at the beach.
- Avoid high temperatures or long exposure to direct sunlight.
- Beware of scratches caused by sharp objects.
Also known as progressive multifocal lenses, these lenses feature a gradient of increasing lens power from the top to the bottom, with three invisible zones that provide easy transitions in viewing strength, allowing sharp vision of near, mid-range and distant objects.
How to Use
- Distant Vision Area
- When driving and looking into the distance, hold your chin down a little and keep your head level to look through the upper-middle section of the lenses.
- Mid-range Vision Area
- When viewing mid-range objects such as your computer screen, look through the area just below the middle section.
- Move your neck up or down until you can see clearly.
- Near Vision Area
- When reading, put the book or newspaper right in front of you, stretch your chin out and lower your eyes to look through the appropriate vision area.
- Peripheral Aberration Area
- Note that the sides of the lenses are photometric variation areas, and vision through these sections is blurred.
- Walking Up or Down Stairs
- Hold your chin down and raise your eyes from the near zone to see through the mid-range or distant section of the lenses.
- If you find it hard to focus, try adjusting your vision by looking at objects that are one metre away.
- Lower your head when looking at close objects.
- Driving or Operating Machinery
- If distant to near-vision, side-vision or multi-angle vision are required, please make sure you are fully adapted to using progressive lenses before engaging in these activities.
You may find your peripheral vision distorted at first. The lenses may also bring discomfort or blurred vision when the frame is shifted or tilted. Try focusing on still objects and looking at them directly first before moving your focus to dynamic and peripheral visuals. You are also welcome to visit any our store for professional support should you have any questions.
Do not wear contact lenses if you have any of the following conditions
- Inflammation or infection of the eye
- Conjunctival or corneal damage
- Allergic reactions to contact lenses
- Tear deficiency
- Diabetes or pregnancy
- Wash and dry your hands before touching the lenses.
- If the individual sterile lens packing is opened, damaged or expired, do not use the lens inside.
- Remove your contact lenses immediately if your eyes become red, irritated or painful.
- Never wear your contact lenses longer than the time recommended by your optometrist.
- Use only the prescribed cleaning solution for contact lenses. Do not use saliva or other liquids.
- Contact lens solutions cannot be heated, and they must be disposed of within one month of being opened.
- Do not touch the lenses with dirty hands. This may leave tiny scratches on the lens surface which can affect your vision or cause eye damage.
- Insert your contact lenses before putting on your makeup. Never use cosmetics, skin moisturiser, soap, hydrating cream, deodorant, lubricant, or sprays on your contact lenses.
- Daily Disposable Contact Lenses
- Wear a new pair every time and dispose of the lenses immediately after use.
- Reusable Contact Lenses
- Always follow your optometrist’s advice. Clean and rinse the lenses instantly after each use to remove any mucus, secretions, membrane or sediment that the lenses may have picked up during use.
- When not in use, contact lenses should be completely soaked in a prescribed solution.
- Lens storage boxes must be cleaned and rinsed after each use, and replaced regularly.
Never use another person’s contact lenses. All lenses are individually prescribed. Sharing contact lenses also increases the risk of eye infection.