Eye Pro Gear for Kids

PATCHES FOR LAYLA

1 Two-year-old Layla has a small cataract in her right eye and wears a patch on her left two hours everyday. So her dad began LAYLASPATCHES and hand-draws each one. He started posting pictures on Instagram (@LaylasPatches) and now has 13,000 followers. To support Layla, they started a cute T-shirt shop. invmag.us/layla

PRICE: $24


SMUDGES BE GONE

2Nanofilm has added CLARITY FREE, a new alcohol-free lens cleaner to its Clarity line. Safe for all lenses and coatings and the first of several new sustainable products to come, Clarity Free is perfect for removing grubby hand prints while remaining safe and environmentally friendly. Available in 2- and 6-ounce bottles. nanofilmUSA.com

PRICE: $ 2 oz. $4.99, 6 oz. $7.99


CONTACT NEWBIES

3Alcon has released a limited supply of kits for new contact lens wearers of DAILIES AquaComfort Plus contact lenses. The kits were created to help transition new wearers into contact lenses and include instructions, an annual rebate and coupons, trial contact lenses and a carrying case with a mirror. Supplies are limited. alcon.com

PRICE: Free to ECPs


BIG GLASSES

4 Nerdy Birdy likes reading, video games, and reading about video games. Nerdy Birdy also wears big glasses. Perfect for the littlest patients apprehensive of their new four-eyed status, Nerdy Birdy is the no-brainer addition to any waiting room library. MaxLite’s Filament Lamps check both boxes. They’re produced in a variety of decorative shapes with antique-look glass and an incandescent glow, plus a lifetime of 15,000 hours. invmag.us/birdy

PRICE: From $16.99


NOW YOU SEE IT

5 Now you don’t. Since 2011,INVISIROOS has been providing nearly invisible and adjustable eyewear retainers to anyone who wears glasses. Perfect for kids and adults alike, InvisiRoos Magnetic Eyeglass Retainers, handmade in Ohio, allow wearers to run, jump and play like never before. Available in regular or nickel-free. invisiroos.com

PRICE: $10 regular, $14 nickel-free

This article originally appeared in the May 2016 edition of INVISION.

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