A tip is to measure the PD several times to make sure it is consistent and therefore as accurate as possible.
When you have your prescription and your PD, you are ready to finalize your YouZee order.
The measured distance between the centers of your pupils is called PUPILLARY DISTANCE (or PD). This measurement is used to determine where to mount the lenses optical center and because of this the pupillary distance should be as accurate as possible.
The average PD of an adult is between 54-74 mm, while the average PD of a child is 43-58 mm.
Every pair of prescription eyewear have an optical center, which means where on the lenses you look through them.
We use this to make sure you get the best experience possible with our YouZee inserts.
You can always ask a friend or family member to help you to measure your pupillary distance and if you do, think about these tips: