CRIZAL UV

CLEAR PRESCRIPTION LENSES WITH OPTIMUM UV PROTECTION

Crizal UV clear prescription lenses provide optimum UV protection and are endorsed by Cancer Council Australia. Crizal UV helps to prevent premature aging and eye conditions related to UV exposure.

Most clear prescription lenses claiming UV protection only reduce the transmission of UV through the front of the lens.Whereas Crizal UV lenses are prescription lenses that protect your eyes from the front and back.

DID YOU KNOW... UP TO 50% OF UV RADIATION PENETRATING THE EYES IS REFLECTED OFF THE BACK SURFACE OF THE PRESCRIPTION GLASSES?

CRIZAL® UV BENEFITS

Taking UV protection to a new level

We all know UV can damage our skin. But what about our eyes? UV can seriously damage your vision.

Normal UV protection helps shield your eyes from rays that pass through the front of your glasses. Crizal UV goes further, protecting your eyes from UV light reflected off the back surface of your lenses too.

CRIZAL® UV FEATURES

Crizal UV gives your eyes optimum protection, on a clear lens, againts damaging UV light.

Essilor's exclusive anti-reflection technology is applied to both sides of the lens so that it also blocks UV rays, which can account for, up to 50% of exposure.

Crizal UV lenses also come with a two-year guarantee against manufacturing defects.
 

DISCOVER THE CRIZAL UV DIFFERENCE

Protect yourself from the enemies of clear vision with Crizal UV.

ASK FOR CRIZAL LENSES TODAY

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