Myopia is a refractive error that causes poor distance vision. Generally, it usually appears between 5 and 16 years of age, and tends to increase during the child’s growth stage, stabilizing around 18 years of age. Low level of myopia does not usually have consequences for eye health. However, in cases of high myopia can lead to pathological myopia that can cause a reduction of irreversible vision that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses.
When choosing lenses for the little one’s parents should pay attention to a few key areas. The lenses for children need to be light and thin but tough as children move around a lot, preferably with scratch-resistant and anti-reflective coatings.
Our organic JUNIOR lenses with Clarus reflection coating are safe for children because they are unbreakable and will not damage their eyes. BOD JUNIOR lenses are incredibly light and have a minor diameter; therefore, they offer a comfortable wearing experience for the child.
Nowadays, children spend more time using various screens leading to harmful effects such as myopia, digital eye syndrome or Computer Visual Syndrome (CVS). Our JUNIOR lenses are covered either with Blue Balance coating or Blue 420 material, decreasing the risk of such conditions.
The Clarus II lens coating protects the lenses from scratching, impurity, harmful UV rays, and electronic devices. Lenses for children are suitable even for those with a high – degree of myopia. They are aesthetically pleasing and lightweight, which means you can avoid wearing thick frames and massive lenses.