Speccles were designed when a mom’s daughter was identified as having Albinism. When her daughter was only 18 months old, she was prescribed glasses with transition lenses to help with her eyesite. Of course, her little girl did not want to wear them. She spent the morning chasing her daughter around trying to make them stay on her nose. She spent days trying to find an option to keep her daughter’s glasses on. The only thing she found was an ugly bright blue elastic ribbon. She said her little girl deserved better, in fact all children needing glasses deserved better. She created a strap that didn’t involve a cord hanging down the back of the neck, didn’t ruin a little girls hairstyle and didn’t get in the way of a playing.
Simply Southern Couponers had the opportunity to review Speccles. Aubreigh has been wearing glasses for about 3 months now. We are constantly having to push them up or tell her to push them up. It gets a little aggravating to do that every few minutes. I spent many hours researching and going store to store to try to find a product that could hold her glasses on her nose better, and I could not find anything.
The Speccles are very easy to use. I first found the appropriate one for her glasses (The starter pack comes with different sizes to help you get the one that will best fit your child) then put the end of her glasses into it, and Voila! They stayed on perfectly. We were able to go a whole day without having to push them back up. They stayed up while we went shopping, played outside, and jumping rope. She wears them everyday!
Speccles are a must have for any child having to wear glasses.
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