Most Common and Rarest Eye Colors Around The World

February 22, 2013

Tweet The human eye is incredibly unique. So where does eye color come from, and what is the most common eye color in the world? Check out our new guide on the most common and the rarest eye colors seen around the world by clicking the link below.     AC Lens guide to Eye […]

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Read In Style With Designer Wayfarer Reading Glasses

February 19, 2013

Tweet Most people who wear reading glasses never consider their reading glasses part of their daily fashion. While reading glasses may not be worn as frequently as standard eyeglasses, there is no reason to pick a bland or boring pair of readers when there are so many designer inspired frames to choose from. AC Lens […]

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Wearing Sunglasses Indoors: Cool or Not?

February 12, 2013

Tweet Sunglasses have always been on the cutting edge of fashion, and have always been directly associated with Hollywood glamour. It’s no surprise that at the most recent grammy awards, numerous stars were spotted wearing sunglasses while they in attendance of the award ceremony. While Hollywood clearly approves of the concept of wearing shades while […]

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AC Lens Partners With A Kid Again

February 7, 2013

Tweet AC Lens is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the Columbus based Charity A Kid Again. A Kid Again is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of children who are suffering from life-threatening illnesses by providing enriching and fun activities that can help foster hope and memories between children and their families. […]

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Plastic Eyeglasses Vs. Metal Glasses – Advantages and Disadvantages

February 5, 2013

Tweet As previously mentioned in our guides to men’s and women’s eyeglasses for 2013, plastic eyeglasses have become incredibly popular in recent years, and are likely to be the trendiest selection for eyewear for 2013 and beyond. But what about functionality? Do plastic eyeglasses offer greater utility than their metal framed counterparts? Plastic Eyeglasses vs. […]

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Eye Stye Relief – Over The Counter Treatments That Work

February 1, 2013

Tweet Eye Styes are Irritating. They scratch your eye when you blink, cause redness and irritation, block your vision, itch, and are all-around uncomfortable. Eye Styes are essentially pimples of the eye. More specifically, they form when an oil or eyelash gland become blocked due to excess oil, dirt, or bacteria. Unfortunately, eye styes will […]

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Does Reading Cause Poor Eyesight and Myopia?

January 29, 2013

Tweet It can be pretty difficult to find anybody who would say reading is a bad thing, unless you were relating that discussion to poor vision and nearsightedness. If you’re like most, you’ve probably heard people mention that frequent reading leads to poor vision, especially when straining the eyes to read small text. At AC […]

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Is There a Cure for Blindness On the Horizon?

January 23, 2013

Tweet According to an article written by the BBC (view article here), scientists have developed a treatment to restore vision in mice that were previously blind. Scientists developed the treatment by injecting specialized cells that form the basis for creating a new retina. Not long after the mice’s eyes were treated with the specialized “precursor” […]

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Oakley Eyeglasses – Performance Inspired Eyewear Frames

January 18, 2013

Tweet Chances are, you’ve heard of Oakley eyewear. If you’re like most people however, you probably associate the Oakley brand with their sunglasses, and not their standard eyeglasses. AC Lens is proud to carry Oakley’s high performance eyeglasses, which not only offer top tier performance, but also show off unique modern style that’s synonymous with […]

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Introducing Drivewear Photochromatic Sunglasses

January 16, 2013

Tweet AC Lens has just added a new brand of sunglasses to our product selection: Drivewear Sunglasses. Drivewear sunglasses feature high tech polarized lenses that adapt to the light conditions depending on how bright the glare is. Instead of having trouble with lenses that are either too dark or offer too little protection, the Drivewear […]

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