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12Feb
12Feb

Good vision is not just a number that you get from your optician after an eye test. It describes the health of your eyes; helps you sleep better and improves your general health and wellbeing. Not looking after your eyes can not only lead to eye health issues but can also affect your sleep which in turn can have a severe effect on your mental health, relationships, performance at work and your general health. Where modern day technologies are a source of personal entertainment, they are also harming us in more ways than we can comprehend.Read More
Blue Light Filter from Framesfoundry Banner

30Jun
30Jun

Everyone is talking about blue light and blue light filters.  What are they actually and why are they necessary??

Framesfoundry explores the vast amount of literature out there and lays down the nitty gritty..

No matter, how you want to count this, we spend an average of 4 hours or more on any one device.  That’s a quarter of your waking hours in a day approximately.

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Blue Light Card discount by Framesfoundry

18Jun
18Jun

Framesfoundry are pleased to announce we have joined up with Blue Light Card to provide discounts to those in the NHS, Emergency Services and Armed Forces.Read More

05Jun
05Jun

Rebranding is not an easy exercise. It requires a lot of soul searching and market research and we have spent countless hours asking ourselves the same questions over and over again. We went to our customers and asked them on how they perceived our brand. We wrote down our mission statement and went over it again and again. Finally we were able to put together a brief that our creative designers could work on.Read More

How to protect your eyes from Corona virus

27Mar
27Mar

How many times do you touch your face and eyes? At least 16 times an hour!!

DO YOU KNOW CORONAVIRUS CAN ENTER VIA OUR EYES AND MOUTHS?

With all this hype about hygiene and hand washing, here are some facts to consider:

  • We know Coronavirus can live up to at least 72 hours on hard surfaces.
  • The way we are catching it and transferring it to others is by either inhaling infected droplets produced by someone’s sneeze or by touching a contaminated surface and thus introducing it to our mouths/ face or eyes when we touch them.
  • So, touching your face can increase your risk of COVID and flu infection.
  • As we touch our faces so often, the odds of therefore recontaminating our hands, between washes, is very high.
  • It is important to note that, those who wear contact lenses are even more likely to touch their eyes than those who don’t!
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