To Get Used to Your Progressives
Create a habit of pointing your nose in the direction you want to look instead of just looking left or right with your eyes.
Your progressive readers should sit high on your nose–don’t slide them down
While you’re getting used to the lenses, try not to take stairs too quickly or step down off sidewalks in a hurry–you may have trouble seeing the steps during the initial adjustment period
Gradually increase how much time you wear them over the first few days
Avoid switching between different readers. Doing so will lengthen your time to get used to wearing progressive readers.
Clear View Zone
Unlike other progressive lenses, Peepers lenses feature a clear view zone at the top of the lens–making distance vision ultra-comfortable.
Peepers magnification is blended right into the lens so that your vision can glide–ultra smoothly–from power to power.
Blue Light Focus™ Technology
Peepers Blue Light Focus™ lenses filter up to 63% of high-energy visible blue light¹, our baked-in technology works to prevent symptoms of digital eye strain², help reduce the chance of headaches, and help alleviate tired eyes. It’s trend-forward protection to express your individual style.
Precision-Designed Lens Pairs
Peepers’ Progressive lenses are designed with precision in matched pairs and carefully inserted in the frames for the best comfort possible.
The solution for someone who requires multiple correction lenses. Whether reading, working, or simply going about your day, Peepers Progressive Lenses allow your eyes to move seamlessly between the powers you need.
Progressives will typically require a period of adjustment, because your eyes and brain need to adapt to your lenses’ different powers.