FAQ about Crizal No Glare Lenses


What are Crizal No-Glare lenses?

Crizal No-Glare lenses provide the clearest vision possible by protecting against glare, scratches, smudges, dust and water, so you can see, look and feel your best. Choose Crizal lenses, and join the 150 million people worldwide who wear and trust our No-Glare lenses.

How do I know I have Crizal No-Glare lenses?

Crizal No-Glare lenses should be dispensed with a Crizal Certificate of Authenticity and a Crizal cleaning cloth to ensure receipt of genuine Crizal lenses. If you did not receive both of these items, you should discuss this with your Eyecare Professional.

What are the visual benefits of Crizal No-Glare lenses?

Crizal provides the best enduring clarity of vision by fighting the 5 enemies of clear vision—glare, scratches, smudges, dust and water.

Does Crizal have UV protection?

Yes! All Crizal lenses offer the most complete daily protection against the invisible and often irreversible dangers of UV reflection.

Why do I need UV protection?

Just as your skin needs protection from the sun, your eyes do too. UV damage is cumulative and is often irreversible. Long-term exposure to UV radiation can damage the eye. UV can increase the risks of certain eye conditions and diseases, such as UV-related cataracts, growths on the eye and even certain skin cancers on the eyelids or around the eye area.

Crizal No-Glare lenses helps provide 25 times more protection against the damaging rays of the sun with an Eye-Sun Protection Factor (E-SPF®) of 25*

What is UV light?

Sunlight is the primary source of ultraviolet radiation. UV light comes from all directions, reflecting off surrounding surfaces and creatingdangerous exposure

Why would I wear eye protection when it’s cloudy outside?

Over 40% of annual UV exposure is received during conditions when people arenot in full sunlight and are less likely to wear protection. Complete UV protection on your everyday clear lenses can help protect the long-term health of your eyes.

Why would I need UV on the backside of my lens if it’s already on the front side? Isn’t that enough protection?

UV light comes from all directions, reflecting off surrounding surfaces and creating dangerous exposure.The back surface of everyday clear glasses has been found to reflect light coming from the back and sides of the lens, increasing UV light exposure to the eyes.

Most sunglasses and clear lenses with higher quality materials block UV lightfrom transmitting through the front of the lens, but they do not address the UVlight reflecting off the backside of the lens

What are the side effects of UV?

Premature signs of aging, skin cancer, eye disease, wrinkles, dark circles.

Are Crizal No-Glare lenses heavier or thicker than regular lenses?

No, the Crizal No-Glare treatment is very thin thinner than a strand of hair! The actual thickness and weight of your glasses is a function of the lens material chosen, your frames, and your prescription.

Can I get Transitions with Crizal?

Transitions lenses are available with Crizal technology. Please ask our staff at First Look Opticians.

Can I put Crizal on Varilux lenses?

Yes, Crizal No-Glare technology is compatible with most lenses and always compatible on Varilux lenses. To learn more about Varilux and no-line bifocals, visit www.variluxUSA.com.

How often should I have my eyes checked and when should I replace my lenses?

Your eyesight and vision are critical to your overall health and well-being. It is recommended that you have your eyes examined once a year. When your prescription expires, consult your Eyecare Professional on the best option for you. To learn about extending the life of your lenses, read about our Maintenance Advice tips.

What is the warranty on Crizal lenses?

Warranties on Crizal lenses vary among Eyecare Professionals, so be sure to ask us at First Look Opticians about specific coverage and policies.

Is Crizal sold in other countries?

Crizal is sold around the globe. This is the US website and the information pertains to products sold in the United States. For information about other countries, visit the global website at www.crizal.com. Or visit the map to locate other Crizal websites.

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