Ocushield: Protect Your Eyes & Your Sleep

Posted on October 19, 2015 in Adults, Health, Inbetweeners

Ocushield: Protect Your Eyes & Your Sleep

Nichola C. Kennedy FAOI Optometrist, Kilcullen are delighted to add Ocushield to our practice.

Optometrists are the primary eye care destination for patients with eyestrain, headaches, fatigue and ocular health issues. With advancing research into macular degeneration, the adverse affects of blue light and the increasing amount of time people spend on screens, optometry is finally starting to provide both advice and solutions to patients.

In addition to providing you with the best vision and eyewear it’s great to have a range of products to offer patients when it comes to protecting their eyes: dietary supplements, dry eye relief, Prevencia blue blocking lens coatings and specialist tints – without even mentioning refractive correction!

Ocushield adds another dimension to our recommendations. 

Ocushield is a screen protector which effectively filter blue light helping you to prevent eyestrain and fatigue, lower the risk of eye disease including macular degeneration and sleep better!!

For a fraction of the cost of a spectacle correction, patients can use an everyday screen scratch proof protector and have the added benefit of knowing that they are also protecting their eyes from the damaging effects of blue violet light.

We have a range of sizes of Ocushield in stock suitable for smart phones and tablets.  Starting at €15 each its money well spent in order to protect your eyes & your sleep.

Pop in to see Ocushield in store in Kilcullen or shop online at www.kilcullenoptician.com/shop


Protective Film for phones and tablets



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