Glasses for wind, dust, pollen and glare protection and relief of dry eyes
Eyewear Accessories are the UK's leading specialists in sunglasses, glasses, and goggles for dry eyes. They also protect your eyes from glare, wind, dust, and pollen.
Our products have been recommended in the Times Newspaper for hay fever protection (2019) and we are the official suppliers of dry eye glasses to the NHS.
Suffering itchy eyes due to hay fever?
Stop itchy eyes from hay fever fast by wearing 7eye AirShield pollen-filtering glasses and sunglasses from Eyewear Accessories - as recommended in the Times Newspaper (12 March 2019).
Fed up with constantly dry eyes?
Our glasses and sunglasses act as moisture chamber glasses for dry eye sufferers. We have specific ranges of glasses to relieve dry eyes that are suitable for wearing either in the office for computer users or outdoors, offering a proven natural and effective alternative for mitigating dry eye symptoms rather than relying on eye drops.
Finding the sun too bright?
7eye AirShield sunglasses can be purchased from us with extra dark lenses for anyone who is very sensitive to bright sunlight. With the AirShield gasket fitted they cut out virtually all unwanted peripheral glare.
As a result, they make excellent photophobia glasses, and also have the benefit of looking stylish, which is unusual for this type of eye protection.
Eyes bothered by the wind?
Our 7eye AirShield sunglasses provide unrivalled wind protection for your eyes, making them ideal for cyclists, golfers, and walkers - in fact anyone who suffers when they are outdoors with eyes that either water excessively or feel dry and sore when out in the wind.
Who can benefit from wearing our glasses
Our glasses may give relief if you suffer from:
- watery eyes in cold and windy weather
- dry eyes, caused by:
- Sjögren's syndrome,
- Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD)
- environmental factors outdoors such as wind or sun,
- indoors due to air conditioning or heating,
- work related factors such as prolonged computer use
- itchy eyes due to airborne allergens such as dust and pollen
- photophobia (light sensitivity)