7/18/12

Tips to Choose Glasses that Suit Your Face Shape

Tips for Choosing Eyeglasses

Currently, the glasses are not only used by people who have a deficiency in his eyes, but now has become part of fashion.
Here are tips for choosing glasses that suit to your face shape...
  • Round faces
    If you have a round face, you better use glasses that have a square frame with a slightly wider lens so that your face look longer.
  • Heart faces
    This face shape has a broad forehead and pointed chin. Use the rimless glasses, with a lens that extends downward to disguise the cheekbones.
  • Square face
    Square face has a strong jaw shape. You better use glasses with elliptical frame to disguise the shape of the jaw.
  • Triangular face
    Triangular face has a narrow forehead, but has wide jaw and cheek area. You should use glasses with a thick edge and widened upwards. make sure you choose glasses that can balance the top and bottom of your faces.
  • Oval face
    Use glasses with thick frames and wide laterally to strengthen the character of your face.

9/9/11

How to Use Your Eye Drops

If you experience red and also watery eyes, feel a burning, tearing, as well as swelling sensation in your eyes, or your eyes get effortlessly strained as well as tired when you're in front with the computer even just for a couple of minutes, then you probably need an eyedrops.
Eye drops are a sterile solution or suspension of medicine. They are used to produce a local effect directly on the eye. Eye drops can be prescribed to treat many symptoms that affect the eyes, including burning, discharge, excessive watering, allergies, infections, itchiness, and redness.
This time, Human Eyes Info will tell you  few tips on how to use eye drops properly and correctly.

8/25/11

Pink Eyes and Its Natural Cures

Conjunctivitis has various symptoms such as pink eye, burning, stinging, irritation and pain, among which pink eye is the most obvious and common one. As a result, conjunctivitis is always called pink eye for short. Pink eye can occur in both the young and adults.
Pink eye can be caused by many other reasons. Improper handling of metal glasses may bring infection and pink eye is caused. Various underlying diseases with inflammation also contribute to pink eye, such as Blepharitis, dry eye, Lyme disease, and so on. Once these diseases are cured, pink eye will disappear on its own.The treatment of pink eye is always in accordance with its cause. Bacterial conjunctivitis requires antibiotic eye ointment or drops, while allergic conjunctivitis should be treated with artificial tears to dilute irritating allergens.
Now, Human Eyes Info will share some natural cure for pink eye.

8/24/11

Eyes Do and Don't

  • Visit your doctor
    One should ideally visit their Optician/ophthalmologist once a year, but if there is a problem with your eyes, visit sooner. In addition, before buying an eye-care product such as eye drops, always check the expiry date and don't forget to check the prescription.

Eye Care Tips for Computer Users

Most of our work is done on computers, and there is usually no escape from it. It is a visually intensive task and, unfortunately, our work pressure and lifestyles do not give us the opportunity to be kind to our eyes.
Which is why these tips should come in handy.