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  • How do you clean your eyelash extensions?

    How do you clean your eyelash extensions?

    Yes, you have to clean them. To keep your natural lashes healthy it is important to clean them and to take breaks from your extensions occasionally so that your eye lashes can recover from the stress. Blepharitis is the term for the build up of debris at the base of your eyelashes under your extensions.…

  • Protect your child’s eyes from screens

    Protect your child’s eyes from screens

    EyePromise® Screen Shield Teen is a simple, nutritional supplement to help support your child’s eyes. Screen Shield Teen includes natural, ethically sourced ingredients proven to increase the eye’s natural protection against screen time and harmful blue light. Our high-quality, dietary zeaxanthin is harvested from natural sources, and our eye vitamins contain the highest amounts of this critical…

  • Do your eyes look tired?

    Do your eyes look tired?

    If your eyes look “tired” or “sleepy,” you may have a condition called acquired blepharoptosis (also known as acquired ptosis or low-lying lids). Blepharoptosis Upneeq is a first-in-class treatment—with a mechanism of action that lifts upper eyelids Upneeq delivers rapid, visible lift to the upper eyelid with once-daily use and can achieve significant visual field…

  • Why you should buy your eye makeup from your eye doctor

    Why you should buy your eye makeup from your eye doctor

    twenty/twenty beauty Hypoallergenic eye makeup created by Ophthalmologist, Dr. Diane Hilal Campo. Her goal was to create eye-safe products that even people with sensitive eyes could use. Made to stay where you put them, so they do not migrate into the eye. With bonus ingredients such as argan oil, hyaluronic acid, Vitamin E. Features an…

  • Back to School Drive for the month of July

    Back to School Drive for the month of July

    It’s back-to-school season again and we are running our annual drive for the Back Pack Kidz of Charlotte County. Portions of the proceeds from all eyeglass sales will go to help insure kids are receiving meals outside of school hours. Thank you for your support, so that we can giveback locally and support our hometown.

  • Shoes for Kids

    Shoes for Kids

    The Kiwanis Club of Port Charlotte Sunrise is sponsoring their annual Shoes for Kids Project. They are accepting donations of new, name brand shoes until July 16th, 2023. We are luck to be one of the drop off points for donations, sized for grades pre-k through high school.

  • Mites may be living in your eyelashes

    Mites may be living in your eyelashes

    Demodex mites are tiny, eight-legged parasites that can infest the hair follicles and oil glands of mammals, including humans. While Demodex mites are naturally present on the skin of many individuals without causing any problems, in some cases, they can multiply excessively and lead to skin and eye issues. Signs of this can be itchy,…

  • Homeless Coalition Drive

    Homeless Coalition Drive

    March is our annual drive for the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition. Please bring any donations you have with you to your exams. We have a box set up in the office if you would like to drop anything off. As always a percentage of our proceeds from eyeglass sales will be donated. Thank you for…

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  • Upneeq


    Droopy eyelids? Now there is an eye drop available to help your eyelids look more symmetrical, and make you look more awake and refreshed. Upneeq is used once a day and can last for approximately 8 hours. Side effects are mild but can include: stinging upon instillation, mild eye whitening, headache, temporary blurred vision. Can…