Have you had your eyes checked?

Essilor, the world’s leading ophthalmic optics company, reminds everyone to go for an eye check-up as part of the educational campaign of Crizal, one of the company’s flagship brands.

The campaign, “Create beautiful moments,” actively encourages the public to have their eyes checked as Essilor believes that beautiful moments in life deserve the clearest vision. 

“Protecting healthy eyes is as important as correcting vision problems,” explains Essilor general manager, Dr. Emelita Roleda. “Through the ‘Create beautiful moments campaign,’ we can educate the public on the value of healthy eyesight, for everyone to realize that it need not take a missed moment to have a reason to visit your eye doctor. Everyone should have an eye check-up at least once a year.” 

A visit to your optometrist will reveal more than just your current prescription. Your eye doctor can also determine what preventive actions you should take against permanent damage and can even provide great insights into your general wellbeing. Aside from checking how well your eye muscles work, the optometrist can also gauge if you are suffering from any ailment that can affect your eyesight and your overall health, including diabetes and glaucoma.

Regular eye check-ups reveal the patient’s prescription and general wellbeing 

Your vision dictates both how you see life and how you live it. Regardless of age and physical health, routine eye check-ups are vital to keep your eyes healthy and stay focused on life’s moments. 

Crizal allows Filipinos to live life more clearly with its line of Anti-reflective lenses. Whether prescription, for outdoor activity, indoor use or part of a digital lifestyle, these lenses filter and deflect harmful UV and blue light, lowering the risk of eye fatigue and preventing long-term vision damage. Crizal lenses are available at leading optical shops and through eye care professionals nationwide. 

For more information, visit Essilor’s website at

Topics: Essilor
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