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Ronnie51 03-24-2014 11:56 AM

Indentations from eyeglass nosepads-ARRGH!
 
I can't stand how the nose pads on my eyeglasses leave indentations on both sides of my nose. I even switched to the softer silicone pads, but I still have them, even after having the glasses adjusted. Anyone have any suggestions?

shelby'snana 03-24-2014 04:58 PM

me too. :( I hate glasses

grneyedldy 03-24-2014 07:26 PM

Me too. Sigh. I'm still hoping someone posts an amazing solution and we can live happily ever after. :laugh:

I learn so much about so many things on this forum. Fingers crossed.

Madmarsha 03-24-2014 07:46 PM

No suggestions. I'd just like to gripe about the indentations I used to get from the rims in front of my ears. So my face that I thought still "looked fat" must not be because I don't get that anymore. I still have stuck rings, tho. Please, God, let my hands be next.

pitlin 03-25-2014 06:48 AM

I got plastic tortoise shell glasses that don't have the big rubber pads that sit on your nose that my wire rimmed ones have, and they are much much better.

Ronnie51 03-25-2014 01:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pitlin (Post 16849882)
I got plastic tortoise shell glasses that don't have the big rubber pads that sit on your nose that my wire rimmed ones have, and they are much much better.

Plastic glasses may be in my future. I always thought that glasses with nose pads would be better as far as comfort and nose marks since they're easily adjusted, but I'm finding out that that isn't necessarily the case. I just ordered new nose pads called air bag nose pads. They use a cushion of air for padding which is much softer than other nose pads. That will be my next step. Wish me luck.

Jennyl 03-27-2014 02:24 PM

I have mostly worn glasses with plastic frames for this reason. I had some sunglasses with nosepads and they were fine, but they weren't any more comfortable than plasic frames....or maybe I'm just used to them.


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