Growing up, I’ve always had crisp and clear 20/20 vision. Ironically, I was also the kid that desperately wanted to wear glasses since I was in the 4th grade. Back then, there was something so studious and chic about wearing glasses and even though I didn’t need them, I wanted to wear glasses bad. Fast forward 20 years later, after starting the blog and spending 10-12 hours staring at a computer screen, I noticed my eyesight wasn’t what it used to be. I needed glasses, and I needed them fast.
After years of wearing a variety of prescription reading glasses and sunglasses I thought I experienced the pinnacle of clear vision should be. That is, until I learned about Xperio UV polarized prescription lenses. Xperio UV polarized prescription sun lenses virtually eliminate blinding glare so you can see the outside world with sharper color and greater depth. Xperio UV polarized prescription sun lenses aren’t just ordinary sun lenses either. They help you see more no matter if you’re staring at a computer screen in the office all day or playing sports outside, providing excellent clarity of vision all while protecting your eyes with a superior quality lens.
Recently, I got the chance to ship off a pair of designer prescription sunglasses for the Xperio UV polarized lens treatment. After a few weeks, my sunglasses were returned with a certificate of authenticity & guide on caring for my new and improved shades. Not only were the polarized lenses a complete upgraded vision experience but they also eliminate 100% of blinding reflective glare, they’re practically scratch resistant and offer maximum UV (SPF 50) eye protection.
If you need an upgraded vision experience, check with your optometrist today. Your Eyecare Professional offers a wide range of sun lenses, but Xperio UV lenses offer maximum UV protection, scratch resistance and cleanability, while delivering superior vision indoors and out. Want to learn more? Connect with Xperio UV on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube today or visit them online at xperiouvusa.com online.
This post has been sponsored by Xperio UV however, all opinions are my own.