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How To Wear

How to wear your glasses?

1. Wear glasses with both hands

Slide the arms over your ears and lower the frame gently onto your nose.

Always handle your glasses with two hands to reduce strain on the hinges.

Place the frame lightly on your nose. Too much pressure can cause a lasting indentation to form on the bridge of your nose.

2. Wear your glasses on the top of your nose

When you have your glasses on, touch the nose-bridge with your forefinger and push it up so that the frames sit comfortably on the top of your nose.

Unless your optician has specifically instructed you to wear your glasses in another position, your glasses should sit comfortably between your eyes at the apex of your forehead.

Don't stretch them out. Make sure that you don’t rest your glasses on top of your head as it can stretch them out of shape.

3.Don't make them too loose or tight

The distance between the arms of the glasses should be appropriate, keep the arms of your glasses properly bent.

Generally speaking, the distance between the lens and the eye should be twelve millimeters, which is not too far away from the standard. If not, because of the prism effect will

let the wearer with dizziness, distortion, fatigue and other phenomena, squint over time.

4.Keep the lenses clean

Wipe glass with a microfiber cloth. Regularly clean the frames with mild soap and water.

Keep the lenses clean. Otherwise it will reduce the recognition of the glasses, leading to the risk of deepening myopia.

5.When not wearing, the glasses should be put into the glasses box

The way that places glasses also should nurturance is fixed habit, wrap lens with flannelet first, then collect left lens frame, at last collect right lens frame, in order to prevent glasses to suffer heavy pressure, we can place the glasses in a hard case.

When you put down your glasses, even just for a moment, make sure that you fold them properly. Lay them down by the arms, not the lenses.