How to apply stick on bifocals

Stick on bifocals can be an inexpensive way to turn your single vision glasses into bifocals.  At we offer an array of magnification powers from +1.25 to +3.00.

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How to apply Stick on bifocals:

  • Wash your hands, glasses and stick on bifocals with soap that DOES not contain lotions or oils.
  • Use clean warm water to apply the stick on bifocals
  • Try on the glasses to make sure the bifocals are in the correct spot
    (The vision might be a little blurry until the stick on bifocals have dried)
  • It is best to leave them to dry overnight!

These stick on bifocals can be reused and can be trimmed to custom fit your glasses.

Stay fabulous!

Jessica xo

4 Responses to How to apply stick on bifocals
  1. Diane
    August 15, 2014 | 2:38 pm

    Hi Jessica,
    This is a great and much needed site!
    I spend a lot of time in bed with arthritis, and was told that I would benefit from using orange lenses, bifocals, to counter act the blue light coming from my TV and ipad/laptop.
    I have three different types of arthritis, and sometimes cannot get to sleep, with the pain etc. I was told that by using the orange lenses, they would help me get to sleep and stop the blue light?
    Is this true please? Or have I got this wrong!
    I wear multifocals and also have a great sensitivity to sunlight, so am indoors, all the time, and have been for 20yrs.
    I am a 60yr old lady.
    Thank you very much indeed, any help would be greatly appreciated.
    I live in Western Australia.
    Kind regards

    • Kieran Hunt
      August 25, 2014 | 2:39 am

      Hi Diane,

      This is true. Blue wavelengths of light activate the sensors in your brain that tell it that it’s daytime. So, the more blue light you get, the more your body will produce “daytime” hormones, which help you stay awake. The less blue light you get, the more your body will produce “night time” hormones, which help you sleep.

      This type of light therapy works differently for everyone. Blocking blue all the time is not good, either, because if you don’t get enough blue light, the lack of “daytime” hormones could lead to symptoms of depression. However, putting them on in the afternoon and wearing them all the way to bed time is a good idea, and I think it was a great suggestion, whoever suggested it to you. If you sleep with the TV on, you may want to consider wearing a sleeping mask (the kind that is fabric and blocks all light). Don’t wear the glasses to bed, as rolling over can cause them to poke you in the eye, or can break them.

      Please let me know if you have more questions! Great questions, and I’m glad we could help.

      Kieran Hunt

  2. Steve Knox
    February 17, 2016 | 4:17 pm

    Above in the article it states “powers from +1.00 to +3.00.
    When I go to the site I can’t find the +1.00.



    • Ryan Phillips
      February 18, 2016 | 7:25 pm


      I am sorry the article is wrong they start at +1.25 Let me know if you have any other questions i will fix the post now. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

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