LIVING IN DENIAL

LIVING IN DENIAL

There are close to 13 million people in the US that need vision correction, but have not seen a doctor. Either they are too busy, do not want to spend the money, or just don’t like doctors. Regardless, most people live in denial for about a year before giving in. You know who they are, they enlarge their font size until it can’t get any bigger, or keep moving their menu a little closer to the candle.

If this is you, it has to stop. In the last month alone we have had no less than six friends tell us they did not need glasses, only to try them on and have an epiphany - “oh my God I can see!” And if you think wearing glasses is embarrassing, just ask someone to take a picture of you the next time you are at a restaurant using the flashlight on your phone to read the menu. Now, that is embarrassing.

LOOK, you don’t need to be embarrassed or spend a lot of money. And if you are reading this post, you probably already know it is time to get some help. First, do yourself a favor and see a doctor. It is important to have regular eye exams.  Just make sure and ask if readers can solve your problem, before spending money on expensive prescription lenses. And if they say no, don’t be afraid to ask why. Remember, most eye doctors make more money selling products than on examinations.

Finally, now that we’re friends, if you are considering your first pair of readers, or want to help another friend in need, just enter the code: VIRGIN at checkout and receive a 25% discount. It is the least we can do to help you get started on the long journey of always looking for your glasses.