Recently there have been announcements among various government leaders on the topic of whether it continues to be appropriate to wear masks in very specific settings, and asking that businesses such as ours continue to review our public safety and mask requirements. As a business providing important health care services to the community, we are committed to top quality care that also prevents the spread of any illness, including COVID-19.  While we respect everyone’s personal choices surrounding this matter, the nature of our work with our patients require that we work in close proximity of each other and therefore we believe it is in the best interest of our business to continue wearing masks until further notice.  These precautions are appropriate given the demographics of many of our patients that place them in what medical experts consider “at risk” groups that are important to us to keep safe and well.
We will revisit this policy once we have more time and information to evaluate the impact the executive order has on our industry and community.  In the meantime, we respectfully ask that while you are providing us the privilege of caring for you and your loved ones, that you please respect our mask policy. Masks are required on every individual in the building, covering the mouth and nose. 
We understand that this has been a trying time for all involved, and we are all ready to get back to normal as soon as possible. We are working hard to create processes that will allow us to do so shortly. We are confident that within a short time, if we can all work together, we will return to normal. We are very excited to see your smiling faces again, soon.

June 27 is National Sunglasses Day By Emilio Justo on June 25, 2015


National Sunglasses Day is celebrated each year on June 27. It's a day to celebrate summer's most popular - and most important - health and fashion accessory.

With summer here, it is a great time to visit Just For Eyes Optical Boutique and learn all about the new Xperio polarized lenses to eliminate glare and reflection, especially while driving.
Sunglass lenses should have the ability to absorb and block 100% of UV (UVA/UVB) rays, protecting your eyes from damaging sun rays.
You can try our interactive displays to see the difference between a tint and the clear colors of a polarized lens. Not sure if you are wearing a polarized lens? Stop by for a quick test to see if you are giving your eyes the best protection available.

Sunglasses help to protect your eyes from harmful UV light.

Dr. Emilio M. Justo and his team at the Arizona Eye Institute & Cosmetic Laser Center recommend eye protection whenever the sun comes out.  It is important that your sunglasses are truly protecting your eyes from the ultraviolet radiation (UV) and blue light, which can cause several different serious eye problems. 

We are glad to check out your lenses and help you get summer ready!

Sunglasses became a fashion accessory in the 1940′s.

Way back in prehistoric and historic time, Inuit people wore flattened walrus ivory “glasses."  They would look through the narrow slits to block out harmful reflected rays from the sun.*

Sunglasses started to become more popularly widespread in the early 1900′s, especially among movie stars.

In 1929, Sam Foster introduced inexpensive mass-produced sunglasses to America.   He began selling them under the name Foster Grant from a Woolworth Store on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey.*

Discovered by Edwin H. Land in 1936, polarized sunglasses became available.*

Celebrate National Sunglasses Day with a trip to any of our

Just for Eyes Optical Boutique counters

 where you can test your own sunglasses for their sun protection, learn about the difference polarized lenses make, and try out our latest styles for fun.

Protect your eyes and the delicate skin around them with the right sunglasses.

* Fun F

act provided by National Day Calendar research.


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Ophthalmologist and plastic surgeon Emilio Justo founded Arizona Eye Institute & Cosmetic Laser Center in 1989. With locations in Sun City West, Sun City, and Wickenburg, AZ, we help patients from the Phoenix area and beyond improve and maintain their vision through quality eye care. Our doctors are affiliated with prestigious organizations, including:

  • The American Board of Ophthalmology
  • The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
  • The American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • The Arizona Medical Association
  • The Arizona Ophthalmological Society
  • The Phoenix Ophthalmological Society

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