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I am far sighted but I hate the way that my lenses magnify my eyes. It puts me off wearing my glasses even thought I cant see very well. Is there anything I can do about this?

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I know what you mean. I am also far sighted and hate the way my eyes look huge in every photo of me. Now there is a new type of lense called aspheric lenses. They don't magnify the eye as much as now it's the only type of lense that I'm willing to buy.

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