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  • Acuvue Trueye Vs Acuvue Oasys: Which Contact Lenses Is Best For You?

      Acuvue Trueye and Acuvue Oasys, both of these contact lenses by Johnson & Johnson are one of the most popular lenses out there. They’re comfortable, affordable and offer crisp vision. However, your choice will vary depending on your lifestyle. We compare these two contacts below to help yo...
  • Advice for VDU Users

      Most people these days use a computer screen (VDU) at some point during their working day, many people for several hours at a time. It’s therefore not surprising that a good number of us complain of ‘eyestrain’ when using a VDU for a prolonged time. The good news is that in the majority of cas...
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)

      17th April 2020Dear customer,Following the announcement given on Thursday 16th April, we understand that the UK is due to remain in lockdown for a further three weeks. At Lens Lounge, we fully support the measures being put into place to protect the nation from this harmful virus and will cont...
  • Choosing Contact Lenses

      Our contact lens opticians and optometrists can offer contact lenses to correct virtually any prescription, giving you: Better peripheral vision than glasses- perfect for those with an active lifestyle and those who play sports Freedom from glasses when you want. Perfect for that special occa...
  • Biofinity Contact Vs Acuvue Oasys: Comparison & Overview

      Biofinity contact lenses and Acuvue Oasys are some of the most popular, high-quality prescription contact lenses on the market. Both are often recommended by optometrists for those who want to replace their glasses with the convenience of contact lenses.Below, we breakdown and compare Biofinit...
  • Children's Eye Health

      Good eyesight is crucial in making sure a child develops to their full potential both at school and socially. Anyone can develop sight problems – but it is especially important to look after children’s eyes. The eye is still developing throughout early childhood so if problems are treated earl...
  • What is Presbyopia?

    For those who are unaware as to what Presbyopia is, it’s the gradual loss of your eye’s ability to focus on nearby objects. Though there are several extraneous factors which can increase your likelihood of developing the disease, the main overarching factor causing development of Presbyopia is ag...
  • We raised £5390 for charity

    We are so proud to have raised £5,390 for Save the Children. The money will go towards helping children and families who have been impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic.We are so pleased to hand over the cheque and want to say a huge thank you to our customers, team and suppliers for helpin...