Mini Spada Glasses for Your Kid with Extra Spunk

by Samantha on October 16, 2014

For some parents, learning that their kid needs glassescan be tough. Sometimes it’s tough to find frames that can make your child feel confident and fashionable. And for other parents, the challenge is finding frames that will live up to the personality and expectations of their little one! Either way, America’s Best can help. Not […]

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Game Day Frames from America’s Best

by Samantha on October 9, 2014

College football season is in full swing, and we could not be more excited! And what game day is complete without a full ensemble? There’s no better way to show support for your team than to deck yourself out head to toe in your school colors. And why should your glasses be any exception? With […]

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What To Do if You Are Losing Your Eyelashes

September 25, 2014

I looked down at my eyelash curler the other morning and noticed that there were about 10 lashes stuck to it. Ten. That’s a lot when you no longer have the long, luxurious, and full lashes of a child. I’ve noticed that my lashes, in general, are not as thick and there aren’t as many […]

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Could What You Eat Impact Your Dry Eyes?

September 18, 2014

Dry eyes. Ugh. They are uncomfortable. Sometimes itchy, sometimes red. Always unpleasant. I’m one of those people that didn’t know I had any type of allergies until I was well into my twenties. I thought I got a lot of colds and knew to buy stock in tissue companies because at the rate I used […]

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Eye Exams Now Part of Essential Health for Children

September 11, 2014

Did you get your child a back-to-school eye examination yet? If not, there’s something you should know. Effective this year, under the rules of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s pediatric essential eye health benefit, a comprehensive eye examination for your child annually is now covered by insurance. What does this mean? Well, […]

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