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Get familiar with Glaucoma

          Learn about the leading cause of blindness Glaucoma is a silent warrior. It progresses painlessly, potentially leading to total blindness if left untreated. It’s estimated that around 91,000 New Zealanders suffer from Glaucoma, but did you know that up to...

How to treat eye allergies

          Learn how to get relief from uncomfortable, allergy-ridden eyes Sneezing and sniffing are tedious symptoms you have to deal with when suffering from allergies. But did you know that symptoms in your eyes are an allergic reaction, too?  Suffering from eye...

What do you know about colour vision?

          We share some insights on the reality of colour blindness in New Zealand   In New Zealand, colour blindness affects about 1 in 12 men, and 1 in 160 women. This means that approximately 4.5% of our population suffers from a colour vision deficiency. What you...

The latest technology in contact lenses

          We trialed the brand new Acuvue Oasys’ with transitions contact lenses to see if they stand up to the test Transition glasses have been around for a while, offering an easy switch between brightness levels with the lens’s adaptation to light. They’re a great...

What you should know about macular degeneration

          Being New Zealand’s leading cause of blindness, macular degeneration is a painless progression of vision loss. As an age-related eye disease, it’s most common for those over the age of 50. Like many eyesight problems, caring for your eye health daily and...

Key things you should know about contact lenses

          Bringing clarity to contacts Contact lenses have been a brilliant advancement for eye care, and a gift for those who would previously have had to wear glasses. They’re convenient, give you a full range of vision, and can be tailored to each individual....