To celebrate World Emoji Day and showcase the importance of regular sight tests, Reynolds & Slater Opticians have put together their ‘Find The Emoji’ campaign. Using well-known Cornish locations to test the county’s eyesight and to showcase the importance of your eye health.
The ‘Find The Emoji’ campaign was set up to showcase to the public the importance of taking care of your health and in particular your eye health. We have put together five graphic images that have hidden emojis within them, and the idea is to find the emojis to test your eyesight. Each image has been made slightly harder to find the hidden emoji to truly test your sight. If you struggle to find the emoji within the image, then it is time for you to book in to see your local optician.
The importance of regular sight tests
The average UK adult should be having regular eye tests every two years to ensure eye health and to deal with any changes in your sight during that period of time, missing an eye examination not only affects your vision but is also used to indicate any eye-related issues. A number of diseases and illnesses can be picked up during a regular sight test, such as glaucoma, cataracts and ageing eyes.
Whilst regular eye examinations are recommended throughout all stages of your life, they are extremely important for ageing eyes. As we age our eyesight also deteriorates and it is important to regularly check your eye health, as failure to do so could lead to increased issues with your sight.
‘Find The Emoji’ Campaign
Below you will find the five Cornish images with hidden emojis, click on them to enlarge and test your eyesight by finding all five smiling faces with sunglasses emojis.
In need of a routine eye examination?
If you are struggling with your eyesight now is the perfect time to book an eye examination with a trained optometrist. Reynolds and Slater Opticians have two practices within Cornwall, in both Penzance and Falmouth and have regular appointments for routine and emergency eye examinations. Get in touch to book an appointment today.