Benefits of Stellest lenses

Correct myopia

Giving your child vision as sharp as with single vision lenses*

Control myopia

Slow down myopia progression by 67% on average*

No compromises

Aesthetic, safe and simple

Don't just correct myopia – control it

Stellest™ lenses are Essilor®’s game-changing innovation to slow down myopia progression in children. Essilor® Stellest™ lenses slow down myopia progression by 67% on average, compared to single vision lenses, when worn 12 hours a day*.

Why choose Stellest for your child?

Experience the Stellest lens difference

Stellest™ lenses are designed with 2 ingeniously complementary parts that, when combined, have a powerful effect.

Control

Slow down myopia progression with Stellest™ technology

Correct

Bringing sharp vision with your child's prescription

Experience the Stellest lens difference

Is Stellest the right lens for my child?

Already myopic
Already myopic

Today, most myopic children wear standard ophthalmic lenses, which only correct short sightedness. Stellest™ lenses not only correct myopia but also control its progression.

Starting to get myopia
Starting to get myopia

The younger a child develops short sightedness, the further it evolves and the stronger it becomes. You can correct and control your child's myopia progression with Stellest™ lenses to help them now and in their future.

Is Stellest the right lens for my child?
Is Stellest the right lens for my child?
Already myopic
Already myopic
Starting to get myopia
Starting to get myopia

From our myopia experts to you

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