- The best way to stop your glasses from hurting your nose
is to wear the Specs-Delight.
- The Specs-Delight will hold your glasses off your nose.
- Give your nose and ears a rest – wear the Specs-Delight.
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The best way to stop glasses from hurting your nose is to stop them from resting on your nose. Your nose wasn’t designed to support your glasses. If your glasses aren’t touching your nose, they can’t hurt.
Here are some suggestions that are doing the rounds, for those who are trying to stop their glasses from hurting their nose. We will go through them and then we can look at the Specs-Delight which has been designed to raise glasses off the nose in normal wearing.
1. Choose prescription glasses that have no nose pads
You can see the logic of this if the nose pads are hurting your nose. After all, it’s the nose pads that come into contact with your nose. You will hear advisors say that you must have your glasses fitted by an ophthalmologist or optometrist and they will get a ’perfect’ fit. It won’t matter how good the fit is or whether you have nose pads or not, there will always be something of your glasses resting on and possibly hurting your nose.
2.Modify the nose pads yourself
If your glasses are hurting your nose and you have a bit of a creative edge, consider doing your own thing to modify what you have. Some people have had success with using pieces of self-stick felt which can be stuck to the nose pads or the underside of the bridge of glasses. The art in this will be to cut pieces that are the right size. If the pieces are too big they will show up more than you may like but felt will provide an ideal cushion against the skin.
3.Change the style of nose pads
A different shape or size of nose pads may work for a while. If you go bigger, this will spread the weight. In the end, you have to remember that nose pads are nose pads and they will be exerting pressure that may start hurting your nose.
4.Lubricate your nose
Apply some scent-free lip balm or petroleum jelly to the area of the nose where the glasses sit. This will prevent the friction of rubbing and should stop any damage to the skin on your nose. There will be the weight of your glasses but if the surface of the skin isn’t being challenged so much, this may stop your nose from hurting.
5.Positioning your glasses on your nose
There is a suggestion that you need to position your glasses away from the bridge of your nose. Each of us has the nose that we have been presented with. It’s difficult to see how we can be choosy about exactly where on the nose we place our glasses. On the bridge or elsewhere, there will still be pressure points where they touch.
6.Try frames of a lighter material
There may be glasses frames available that are made from lighter-weight materials. Some modern frames are made from titanium or thin steel. They may be more expensive but it may stop your nose from hurting.
7.Moisturiser on the nose
Very often, dry skin can be a problem, especially if it’s where your glasses sit on your nose. A moisturiser, preferably fragrant-free, will soften the skin where you need it to be more supple. The counter to this is that soft skin may dent more easily under the pressure of the nose pads. This may lead to hurting your nose.
So, there’s a few ideas that you may like to try but just imagine if you could wear glasses without them touching your nose at all.
If your glasses don’t touch your
nose they can’t hurt your nose
Ever since glasses were first used, many wearers have experienced hurting noses. It’s something that we’ve always had to put up with until now.
But it’s now possible to wear glasses in a way that keeps them off your nose so that you get the advantage of good vision without them pressing down on and hurting your nose.
This is the specs delight.
It will hold your glasses off your nose and, if it’s a problem for you, it will hold them off your ears as well.
The Specs-Delight is designed by someone who has had enough of eyeglass marks, dents and a hurting nose. It will gently clasp the back of the head in a manner that will provide a secure holder that will support your glasses off your nose and ears.
Fitted correctly, with the right level of tension, you will barely feel that you’re wearing it. It doesn’t need to be tight-fitting to provide the support that’s needed to hold your glasses off your nose and ears.
You can then experience the bliss of wearing glasses without them touching your nose and ears.
It’s when something is taken away
that we appreciate it most
You may also notice that, having worn the Specs-Delight for a few hours and then wearing glasses without it, you will notice the difference. It’s when something is taken away that we miss it most.
Have you had enough of your glasses resting heavily on your nose all-day-long, leaving eyeglass marks or dents? Do you want to get out of the habit of having to push your glasses back up your nose when they slip? Well, here’s your chance to change things for the better. Find out more about the Specs-Delight and see what it will do for you.
Change the way that you wear glasses
The Specs-Delight is a game-changer. It will stop your glasses from hurting your nose due to constant glasses-wearing. This doesn’t mean that you need to wear the Specs-Delight all the time. Just wear it to hold your glasses off your nose for those long daytime sessions when you’re looking at a computer screen or doing something at work where it doesn’t matter so much how it looks.
The Specs-Delight will give your nose a long rest. It can be left off for social gatherings and events where you may not want it to be seen. Then, when you go back to work, you can start wearing it again and experience the bliss of good vision without your glasses resting on your nose.
Experience the bliss of
wearing glasses off your nose.
Why are my glasses hurting my nose?
The usual reason will be that the nose pads are set in the wrong position. They may not be flat to the surface of the skin on your nose which means that there may be an edge of the nose pads cutting into the nose, causing the nose to hurt.
Other suggestions will include glasses sitting low on the nose. Then there is the friction of the nose pads or nose bridge of the glasses, wherever they are sitting on the nose. The skin on the nose isn’t particularly tough. It is quite delicate and is probably one of the last places that you would want the friction of nose pads or any part of glasses rubbing.
Given that this is the case, it is no wonder that constant wearing of glasses will start hurting the nose.
You can make as many adjustments to your glasses as you like but it will always come down to the fact that you have an object resting on your nose. What makes it worse is that the glasses are resting on the nose in the same place almost all the time.
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- Give your nose and ears a rest – wear the Specs-Delight.