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Chichester changes perceptions of contact lenses

14 January, 2015
Specsavers in Chichester have advised the community to try out contact lenses
Specsavers in Chichester have advised the community to try out contact lenses

Specsavers in Chichester have advised the community to try out contact lenses, giving them a different look this New Year.

Dismiss the myths

Specsavers Chichester store director, Rhys Williams said: ‘We want to change people’s perceptions of contact lenses by dismissing the myths! 

‘Contact lenses are available to everyone and we’ve got a step-by-step guide to prove how they can work for you.

Common misconceptions

‘Firstly, people often think that contact lenses are too tricky to use, but Specsavers ensure that people are fully prepared and informed about contact lenses before they try them out.

‘Secondly, we want to show people that you can’t be too young or too old for contact lenses – we’re even keen for parents to encourage their children to try them out, as they’re particularly useful for sport.

‘Thirdly, a common misconception is that they’re uncomfortable. However, we use high-tech materials of exceptional quality to make the fit as comfortable as possible.

Giving something new a try

‘Contact lenses may seem scary at first, but there’s nothing stopping people trying them – why not come in-store to give them a try?’

A vast range of eye care options are available as Specsavers in Chichester, located at 65 East Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1HL.

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