Due to the proliferation of ophthalmic lenses claiming the “transitions lenses” tag in the market, Essilor Philippines has issued an advisory warning consumers to be more discriminating when buying lenses.
Transitions is a trademark brand of photochromic lenses that perform as everyday clear lenses indoors and darken when exposed outdoors especially to UV light.
The brand—among other flagship labels Varilux, Crizal, Xperio and Optifog—is owned by Essilor International, which designs, manufactures, and distributes a wide range of lenses in over 100 countries worldwide.
Here in the Philippines, the Transitions brand is partnered with Crizal, a globally recognized brand owned by Essilor International, known for its range of anti-reflective, anti-smudge and anti-static lenses.
Anti-reflective lenses reduce glare from daytime lights and reflections from blue lights. They also provide protection against scratches, smudges, dust, water and other enemies of clear vision.
In essence, the real Crizal Transitions lenses provide optimum vision solution. These genuine lenses are 30 percent faster to fade back to their clear state and conveniently offer a great contrast perception though glare reduction in any light.
To help buyers determine if the lenses they’re buying are real, the genuine Crizal Transitions comes with an authenticity card upon purchase.
Visit www.essilor.com.ph to learn more about Crizal Transitions and other high-quality vision solutions provided by Essilor.
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