Photochromic lenses can help your patients to ensure light more comfortably, making bright sunlight more bearable and safer. Created with photochromic technology, our range of smart light reactive lenses will automatically darken and return to clear, depending on the amount of light they are exposed to.
Photochromic lenses by Transitions®
One of the most popular brands of photochromic lenses is Transitions®, which you’ll find here at Essilor. With 4 different types to choose from, Transitions® photochromic lenses have something to suit every lifestyle and vision need.
From Transitions® Signature® offering the latest technology in photochromic lenses, to Transitions® XTRActive that will darken behind a car windshield, you’ll find the right collection of sun protection lenses here.
Ideal for your light sensitive patients
Also known as light adaptive lenses, photochromic lenses offer a new frontier of performance, coupled with stylish finishes to ensure comfortable, optimum vision all day long.
Offering protection from UV and blue-violet light filtration(1), photochromic lenses are a modern solution for patients who are light sensitive, or spend a lot of time going from indoors to outside and vice versa.
(1) Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated by ISO TR 20772:2018.
Why choose photochromic lenses?
Open up a world of possibilities
Adding photochromic lenses to the choice in your practice can open up a world of possibilities for your customers. Meet patient demand by providing a collection of lenses that cater to their needs perfectly, including photochromic lenses that will darken and lighten automatically.
A breakthrough technology with style
Based on breakthrough technology, Transitions photochromic lenses are the result of our ongoing commitment to innovation in lens manufacturing. Offering a functional and practical solution to UV protection without compromising on style, our range of photochromic lenses are an important part of delivering the best eye care possible. Give your patients the chance to experience photochromic technology today.