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Varilux® is celebrating 60 years of innovation

09 July 2019

Since its launch in 1959, Varilux lenses have evolved to push boundaries in lens technology. Read our latest blog to learn about the 60 years of Varilux lenses and how it has helped over 400...
Since its launch in 1959, Varilux has enabled more than 400 million presbyopes to see better.  

Leading the way with more than 70 patents for cutting-edge progressive lens technology, its the result of more than 60 years of research.

As a progressive lens pioneer, Varilux has always delivered technological advancements that exactly meet changing visual needs bringing a real revolution for presbyopes. Since 1959, Essilor has constantly pushed the boundaries of technology and gathered a robust in-depth understanding of presbyopes’ requirements; allowing Varilux® lenses to become the #1 progressive lens brand worldwide*.

Known worldwide for their instantly sharp, effortless vision at near, far and everywhere in between, with smooth transitions at every distance from the moment the wearer puts them on. Varilux lenses allow wearers to pursue personal and professional activities with confidence while feeling empowered to enjoy all that life has to offer.

We've already run some celebratory ECP promotions and incentives but watch this space for more...!

* Source: Euromonitor, 2017 data; Retail value RSP amongst spectacle lenses category, brands representing progressive lenses. 

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