Frequently Asked Questions
1.What types of glasses do you offer？
We offer a range of non-prescription glasses, to suit many needs!
Blue light glasses
2.What is the lens quality like?
All our lenses are made in laboratories from lightweight, impact-resistant plastics, adjusted to each unique prescription.
3.Are Allusion frames available in different sizes?
Most styles come in a single size, but we have different frames to suit small, medium and large faces!
For now we are coming up with different sizes for some of our best sellers to satisfy different demands in the future.
4.What is blue light?
Blue light is a colour in the visible light spectrum with a short wavelength, meaning it produces higher amounts of energy. We’re exposed to it every day, particularly those of us who spend long periods outdoors, or behind a screen.Because of this, we offer a special filter that protects your eyes from this blue light.
3.Can I get the frames in a different color?
Most of our frames come in multiple colors. If a frame comes in more than one color, you will see the options on the frame’s product description page.
4.My frame is out of stock. Can you notify me when it’s back in stock?
Yes. When a frame is out of stock, you will see an “out of stock” message below the frame. Enter your email address in the space provided, and we’ll let you know when the item becomes available.
5.What are the effects of blue light?
Sleep cycle disruptions, headaches, dry eyes, fatigue, blurred or unclear vision and stiff neck are some of the numerous possible symptoms linked to eye stress and fatigue caused by digital overexposure. Some studies even show that blue light, specifically, is responsible for degenerative diseases associated to the eye regardless of one’s age. Additionally, new research hypothesizes that sun exposure (which emits blue light similarly to electronic screens) is a factor in the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
1.How can I clean my glasses?
Wash and dry your hands thoroughly
Hold your frame by the nose bridge or temple, not by the lenses
Wipe the lenses with a cloth dipped in the soapy water
Make gentle, circular movements on the lens from the outside to the inside until the lenses are clean
Repeat circular movements very gently on the rest of the frames
Dry your specs with clean cloth
Keep your glasses in their case when you’re not wearing them. They’ll be dust free and protected from the elements (or whatever’s in your bag).
Wash your lens cloth regularly in warm, soapy water. A dirty cloth = dirty lenses.
Remove your glasses by pinching the nose bridge and pulling your frames forwards and upwards, never by the temples, as it could make them loose.
All our lenses are coated with a protective layer, but over time, you’ll probably scratch your lenses. If it impairs your vision, it’s time to get your glasses reglazed