As you must have found out by now Miraflex has exited the market. The brand was purchased by The Luxottica Group in 2021 and has decided not to continue selling the Brand for now.
So, you are probably asking yourself what are my options?
As you may know by now Miraflex kids’ glasses have been discontinued. The brand was sold in 2021 to The Luxottica Group and they have no plans to re-introduce this brand in the near future.
So, you are probably wondering what are my options?
Children have distinctive face shapes. Some frames work better with specific face shapes. The five basic face shapes are round, square, heart, triangular, and oval. There are no hard and fast rules. If you find a frame you love, go for it. Almost no one has a perfectly round or square face, etcetera. These guidelines are meant to help bring balance to your child’s face, not restrict your choices.
As you may already know, we carry plenty of frames at Optiwow.com for babies, toddlers, and kids. But it can be a hassle to go through each child’s frame to see if they’re available in your child’s size. With usual school activities coming back into session, these can be hectic times for a toddler parent.
When a toddler is prescribed glasses, the initial thought may be, “A baby in glasses? What could be cuter?” But also, some toddlers barely tolerate a hat on their head—how could they possibly stand something as invasive as glasses all day, every day?
The school years are a very formative time in a child's life as they discover, absorb, and relate to new concepts. As parents, you want your kids to make the most out of their educational opportunities, but there’s a very important learning tool that you may be overlooking, or taking for granted: their vision.
School is almost in session again and things can get pretty hectic. There will be lunches to pack and wake-up alarms to set, maybe a soccer team try-out to go to. But your child’s eyesight has a strong correlation with their school performance and overall well-being, so it’s important to make it a priority.
Approximately one in five children need glasses. If this is the case with one of yours, you probably know that finding the right pair is a process. After all, you want them to be durable and reliable, but you also want your kids to feel positive about wearing them. Form and function are both important.