Need a Solution to Glasses Nose Pads Leaving Marks?
What can be more annoying than the constant pressure of eyeglasses, constant slipping, and those annoying nose dents and marks left behind?
Why We Get Those Pesky Nose Marks From Glasses
It comes down to physics and the basic law of gravity. Isaac Newton would tell you that the weight of the frames and lenses, which can weigh several ounces, along with the earth's gravitational pull are the recipe for a sore nose. All this weight is concentrated on the bridge of your nose, causing discomfort, pain, and dreaded marks. Not to mention it causes your glasses to constantly slip down your nose. It's something we've all had to live with....until now.
The Solution To Glasses Nose Pad Marks!
We have the solution. Introducing Patented 'Bye-Bye Nose Dents' Eyeglass Accessories. They lift your glasses off your nose!
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How Does It Work?
They slip onto the tips of your eyeglass earpieces and create a counter-balance that gently lifts your glasses off your nose. This prevents the pressure that causes nose dents, marks, discomfort, and keeps your glasses from slipping.
Will It Work For You?
Try this - gently press down on the tips of your eyeglass earpieces (behind your ears). Does this raise your glasses off your nose? If so, you should notice how comfortable that gentle lift makes your glasses. Notice how this counterbalance removes the pressure that causes marks and discomfort. Also, notice how the counterbalance will make it virtually impossible for your glasses to slide. This is what Bye-Bye Nose Dents accessories will do for you!
Don't go another minute with glasses that leave marks and hurt your nose. Order yours now!
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Easy returns and exchanges and no restocking fees.
Free shipping over $50. Need it fast? Expedited shipping is available.
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What Our Customers Say:
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How does it work?
The weighted accessories slip onto the tips of your eyeglass earpieces/temples and create a counterbalance that gently lifts glasses off your nose, preventing nose dents, red marks, and keeps your glasses from sliding down your nose.
Will it work for me?
Try this - press down on the tips of your eyeglass earpieces (behind your ears). Does this lift your glasses off your nose? Notice your eyeglass pressure is gone and glasses will not slide down. Eyeglass problems solved! This is what Bye-Bye Nose Dents accessories will do for you.
Note: Earpieces that curve sharply behind your ear may impede the counterbalance effect. Earpieces can be adjusted/straightened for better lift.
How does it attach to glasses?
They are very easy to attach. Just slip on to the tips of the earpieces.
Can't decide which product to buy?
All of the products easily slip onto the tips of your eyeglass earpieces creating a counterbalance that lifts your glasses off your nose preventing nose dents, red marks, and keeps your glasses from sliding down. So, it is just a matter of preference.
There are 3 categories:
Eyeglass Jewelry - Beautiful Stylish Jewelry that dresses up your glasses and lifts your glasses off your nose. See Jewelry Collection here. Note: Earpieces should extend past your ears to wear the eyeglass jewelry.
You can view the entire collection here.
Will it slip off my glasses?
For most glasses it is very secure and will stay on until you remove it.
Which weight do I choose?
For best results, use the lightest weight that will lift your glasses. If the weight is too heavy, it will lift your glasses too high. If it is not heavy enough, it will not lift your glasses.
The kits with multiple weights are highly recommended - this is a great value and allows you to find the best counterbalance for your glasses and provides accessories for multiple glasses.
- Light 1/4 oz: Best for i.e. titanium, wire-frame, rimless, featherweight, glasses that cost more to be lightweight, or glasses chosen because of light weight.
- Standard 1/2 oz: Best for glasses not to light, not to heavy, average size and weight. Most popular size.
- Heavy 3/4 oz: Best for larger, chunky frames or heavy prescription.
Can I use it on multiple glasses?
You can, but It is recommended to leave on one pair of glasses to maintain a snug fit and and reduce stretching of both the material and rubber connectors/bands.
How do I clean it?
Clean with soap and water as needed. Air dry.
Will the weight hurt my ears?
Most have no problem adjusting to the weight. For the small percent who experience some ear discomfort, there are two solutions: take a short break from the weights when needed and your ears will quickly acclimate over a few days, or use Ear Cushions.
Is it comfortable?
You will be amazed how comfortable your glasses are when gently lifted off your nose.
What if my earpieces are short?
Can I return or exchange them?
- Return for any reason within 30 days for refund
- Shipping costs not refundable
- To initiate return, email email@example.com, or use contact form. Please provide reason for the return.
- Exchanges allowed within 30 days
- To initiate exchange, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use contact form.
How do I contact Bye-Bye Nose Dents?
What payment options are there?
Credit Card or PayPal
What are the shipping options?
- Free Shipping on orders over $50 via USPS First Class Pkg
- Standard shipping - $3.95 (6-10 days) via USPS First Class Pkg
- Priority Shipping - Calculated at checkout via UPS
International (Australia, Canada, Ireland, UK):
- Calculated at checkout via USPS First Class Pkg
- Does not include taxes/duties imposed by local PO
- See Policy Page for additional information
Where are you located?
Flowery Branch, GA (Near Atlanta)
Address: PO Box 1434, Flowery Branch, GA 30542
Are these available in stores?
Bye-Bye Nose Dents accessories are only available online.
Visit https://byebyenosedents.com to learn more.