I’m getting new glasses with UNITY lenses!

This sponsored post is brought to you by UNITY lenses.

I’ve needed glasses since I was 9 years old. Which means I’ve been through a lot of frame styles and lenses. I even wore contacts for awhile. I’m really thankful the advances that have been made in vision correction over the past years, especially since I’m a little overdue for new glasses.

I am tied to my computer for a living and I know it take a toll on mu vision. I also have a crazy strong prescription, which a decade or so ago would have  meant  “coke bottle” lenses and heavy plastic frames. And not in a stylish sort of way.

I’m headed to see my eye doctor this week and my eyes checked out and  a new prescription. I’m trying a new kind of lens, and I’m pretty excited about it. Get this. They are digital. Crazy right? UNITY Digital lenses are a suite of high-performance digital lenses for any lifestyle. With UNITY digital lenses, my prescription will be tailored not only to my eyes’ corrective needs but also to my new frames and how my glasses fit my face. Isn’t that neat??
Unity-Digital-Lenses
One of the features of my new UNITY lenses I am most interested in is BluTech. As a blogger, I’m always exposing my light to blue light, for hours. That harmful blue light that can lead to age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Blue light is a high-energy wavelength of light that can damage your eyes over time. It is emitted from fluorescent lights as well as the screens of computers, TVs, tablets and smartphones. I need these lenses!

Since Quincy wears glasses too, I’m thinking about getting UNITY lenses for her too at her next appointment. Children don’t yet have the fully developed protective pigments adults have, so the BluTech filter is that much more important to protect children’s vision.

I’m just excited that I’m going to see more clearly soon, not only because I will have new prescription lenses
but because UNITY lenses are just DIFFERENT.

UNITY vs Traditional

Do you wear glasses? Have you heard of UNITY lenses?

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