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The Best Sunglasses for Small Faces

For those with small faces, finding a pair of sunglasses that fit well and look good can be a real challenge. Those trendy, oversized sunglasses that look great on your friend completely overpower your face. Finding the perfect sunglasses starts with understanding which style of sunglasses are best suited to small facial features. If you […]

GUNNAR For Good

Last summer, amidst the pandemic, GUNNAR launched their first pair of blue light glasses for kids and teens.  We had the expertise in developing blue light blocking glasses for adults and now the responsibility to protect young eyes, as research started coming out about how kids’ vision is most at risk from myopia and digital […]

E3 2021: The Excitement Is Real

E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is one of the largest gaming conventions in the world and the premier video game industry event in the US. E3 2021 will be online only and will run from June 12 – 15. Since 1995, this is the annual event that has brought developers, publishers and press, (and more recently, […]

What is the Best Color Light for Sleep?

For many people, falling asleep isn’t an easy task. There are many factors that play into a person’s inability to drift off into dreamland, one of which is the color of the light they’re exposed to in the evening. In this article, we’re going to explore the best (and worst) color light for sleep. We’ll […]

Everything You Need to Know About Nearsighted vs. Farsighted Vision

Do you struggle to read the text in books or on your computer, or have to squint your eyes to read street signs? You could be dealing with myopia or hyperopia—fancy ways of saying “nearsightedness” and “farsightedness,” respectively. If you’re struggling with either of these conditions, you’re certainly not alone. Nearsightedness affects over 40 percent […]

Signs Your Child May Need Glasses

Did you know that many children become nearsighted or farsighted between the ages of 6 and 12? Young children are susceptible to vision problems, hurting their ability to see the world around them clearly while their minds are still developing. That’s why the American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that parents have their children’s eyes checked early […]