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What We Offer


Eye Society carries a curated selection of high-end designer eyewear dedicated to complimenting the lavish taste of every Eye Society member.


Eye Society provides the finest quality of eye care and eyewear service in the Philippines through years of research and by developing a system that treats each Eye Society member as a stakeholder of the brand.


Eye Society further develops a system that elevates the customer experience, granting Eye Society members the luxury of purchasing wherever and whenever they choose to.


How to Buy Glasses Online?

Buying glasses online at Eye Society is an easy, hassle-free experience, and the benefits are huge. When you buy glasses online, you can choose from thousands of styles, you’ll save hundreds of dollars on high-quality glasses and sunglasses and you’ll get them right at your doorstep. It’s very common for first-time customers to ask themselves ‘How do I buy glasses online?’. This article will give you the big picture of how your initial journey will be. Follow these few simple steps and you’ll become an expert shopper the first time around:

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How to Choose Glasses for Your Face Shape?

Have you ever wondered how to buy glasses online that compliment your face shape? When shopping online for a new pair of glasses you want to find a frame that compliments your features. Today, you can easily shop for glasses online choosing from 1000’s of styles and at more affordable prices than at a brick-and-mortar store.

To make the right choice when you have a huge variety of styles to choose from, it’s good to know three things: What’s your face shape, what styles work with this shape and maybe more importantly, what styles are big no-no’s.

What is Your Face Shape?

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Measuring your PD (Pupillary Distance)

A personalized fit starts with measuring your pupillary distance-that's the space between the centers of each of your pupils. It's measured in millimeters and tells the lens maker where to put the optical center on each lens. You can ask your eye doctor to include your PD measurement on your prescription, or if you don't have it, here's how you can measure it yourself.

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What type of lens should you get?


Single vision type lenses are one of the most common in vision correction. It means the lenses are correcting for one field of vision—nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatisms. The entire lens contains the same amount of vision correction.


Progressive lenses provide uninterrupted vision from distance to near without any visible lines between the zones. Progressive lenses’ seamless transition from distance correction on top to reading correction on bottom provide much sharper overall vision.


Bifocal lenses have two (2) distinct powers which are divided by a distinct line to separate.

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How to Read Your Eyeglasses Prescription?

Trying to read a prescription for glasses isn’t the easiest thing in the world, so we whipped up this guide to help you understand better what do the numbers in your eyeglasses prescription mean.

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How to Adjust Your Frames?

The glasses you ordered online just arrived. You open the box, put them on and… they’re not sitting on your face as perfectly as you imagined. No need to worry! With our useful tips on how to adjust glasses at home, they’ll be sitting nice and snug on your face in no time!

How Can I Adjust My Glasses At Home?

It might feel weird at first to wear progressives. Still, you should stick to them for all your glasses-needy occasions until you get the hang of it. The more you wear them, the easier the transition will be.

Here are the most useful tried and true tips on how to fix your glasses, whether it’s a pair of smart readers or stylish sunglasses. Remember - minor adjustments usually go a long way.

The first thing to do when your new glasses arrive? Put them on and go look in the mirror. If they look and feel good, you’re all set. If not, it’s adjusting time!

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How to Get Used to Progressive Lenses?

From a certain age (somewhere between late 30s to early 40s), your vision naturally declines, especially when it comes to seeing things up close. For most glasses wearers, that comes in addition to imperfect eyesight when looking at a distance.

You can get 2 pairs of glasses, each for a different issue, but switching between them can be a pain. A more ideal solution would be the all-in-one kind, aka progressive lenses.
This type of lens provides clear and corrected vision for reading, distance and everything in between, with a smooth transition between all fields of vision. However, it might take a long time getting used to, because it requires looking through different parts of the lens for each field of vision.

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Connect With Us

If none of these were able to answer your question, you can send us an email, or connect with us via our customer support through the following platforms.