Photochromic lenses lack frame options
The versatility of light reactive lenses goes from type to color, making sure your patients can always find something that suits their style. The diverse styles are designed to fit the prescription needs of most people. Your patients want a light reactive lens option that appeals to their sense of fashion. HOYA's light reactive lenses provide wearers with a flash mirror effect for a more fashion-forward look.
Sensity® Shine combines comfort, convenience, and fashion with a mirror coating on a photochromic lens that can fit into any frame.
- For wearers who want a fashionable mirror lens
- Fades back quickly to an attractive mirror shine indoors
- Lenses darken behind car windshields
All* Sensity® light-adaptive lenses feature the following benefits:
Your patients need light reactive lens options that perform well in all temperature and UV conditions, with opportunities to meet multiple lifestyle needs.
The Sensity® family of light reactive lenses provide a range of solutions for visual comfort and UV protection that is right for every patient.
- Consistent performance in different climates and light conditions, thanks to Stabilight Technology®**
- Outstanding contrast and glare reduction with Sensity® deep, natural colors
Stand out with quality and comfort
- Reduced glare when activated
- 100% protection against UV rays
- Blue light protection indoors and outdoors***
As you discuss light reactive lenses with your patients, you will likely learn three things:
- Many have had a poor experience with light-reactive lenses
- 7 in 10 people claim issues with light sensitivity
- Many have never even tried them at all
Use these opportunities to offer a solution to all of the above. With HOYA's new Sensity® 2 light reactive lenses, you can expect a fadeback 47% faster than the original Sensity® lenses.
*Sensity® Fast does not contain Stabilight Technology®
**Based on internal and external photochromic activation and deactivation measurements taken at different temperature levels.
***Based on internal testing of average light transmission between 381nm-500nm compared to a standard clear lens.