Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Time for new sunglasses

Ever since I was four, and I was forced to wear the same blue navy sweater and same brown straight leg trousers as everyone else at school, I’ve despised being told what to wear. It’s not that I feel I should be able to express myself through my clothes, or even that I feel it’s an insult to my style. It’s just that generic, off-the-shelf clothing is so limited, ugly, and poorly designed that no one could ever really feel comfortable or… Read more

Time for new sunglasses

Summer is Here: How To Look After Your Eyes

Whether your plan is to sip pina coladas on the beach in Cancun or sunbathe with the cat in the back garden, you always want to look you’re best during the summer months. Or, at the very least, you don’t want to look bad i.e. not forgetting to put factor 50 on those rosy cheeks or getting too ambitious and going for the strappy monokini. Although you may not have thought about it before, one great way you can help maintain your… Read more

Summer is Here: How To Look After Your Eyes

5 Natural beauty tips for vibrant and healthy eyes

In 2017, a ton of new health and beauty trends came and went. Some of which included smudged lipstick to achieve the ‘just-kissed’ look, jade rollers to ‘rejuvenate’ your face and neck, and bleached eyebrows to, well, make you look super creepy. Sometimes the new fads stick, but most the time they don’t. The fact is, the best of them have already been around for years, even millennia. Smoky and cat eyes were pretty much invented by Cleopatra. The daily lemon water… Read more

5 Natural beauty tips for vibrant and healthy eyes

The risks of coloured or tinted contact lens

Today, contact lenses are sold around the world for many more reasons than solely improving vision. In the East — particularly places like Japan and Korea — circle lenses or ‘Big Eye’ contacts are hugely popular for getting that cute-but-creepy dolly-eyed effect so often seen in anime and manga. In the West, stars like Lady Gaga and Kanye West have helped popularise cosmetic contacts. Here the focus is less on the size of the iris and more on the different and unique… Read more

The risks of coloured or tinted contact lens