Acetate is a soft plastic that can become misshapen by heat and regular use.
Please keep your Swannies in a cool, dry place. Do not leave in a hot car.
If your acetate Swannies appear to be uneven, you can follow the video below to re-adjust them, or you can also take them to an optometrist or eyewear store for readjustment by a professional, many will do this free of charge or for a nominal fee.
Please clean your Swannies lenses with the microfibre drawstring bag or cleaning cloth provided.
How to adjust acetate Swannies
Swannies: Premium Eyewear
Swannies Blue Light Blocking Glasses are made from cellulose acetate, the industry standard for premium eyewear.
Made from cotton fibres and wood pulp, this natural plastic is a renewable, environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum-based plastics and is hypoallergenic, providing a more natural feel for your skin.
Strong, lightweight and flexible, acetate eyewear can be shaped and molded to your face for a perfect fit, or be readjusted if your frames become misshapen by heat or regular use.
Upon receiving your Swannies, we recommend taking them to an optometrist or eyewear professional to be fitted or adjusted, many of whom will do it free of charge.
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