Increase employee retention and satisfaction

Health insurance ranks higher than annual leave for job seekers and employee satisfaction, yet major health insurance providers lack affordable and adequate vision coverage.

By providing vision care you demonstrate your employees’ value.

Increase productivity

Vision problems can lead to up to a 20% decrease in productivity. This can amount to a full day’s work by the end of 1 work week. Blurred vision can make it difficult to perform essential tasks. Eyestrain may lead to more serious issues, all affecting the quality of work.

Due to long hours on screens, regular eye care has never been more of a necessity.

Our vision

We give access to your employees to check their vision from the comfort of home, or the office. A quick vision screener will let them know if they have any issues, and they can book to speak to a UK registered optometrist within minutes.

Discounts on corrective lenses or contacts mean employees avoid eyestrain and improve productivity and overall quality of life.

Employee wellbeing

Vision benefits for staff is a cost-effective way to reduce health-related absenteeism, increase productivity and reduce health care premiums.

Vision care is not yet commonplace in the recruitment market, so it’s a great way to outshine your competitors by showing you care.

Importance of eye health

Changes and abnormalities within the eye detected by an optometrist or ophthalmologist can be signs of diabetes, cancer, hypertension, high cholesterol, and other health problems.

An early diagnosis means patients can start treatments before the issues worsen. This can potentially reduce long term healthcare costs and maintain productivity.

Health concerns we address at Eyebou

Age-related macular degeneration AMD

  • Straight lines appear wavy
  • Colour appears faded
  • Trouble recognising faces
  • Patchy central vision

Amblyopia lazy eye

  • One eye turning in or outwards (often worsening when tired or stressed)
  • Clumsiness or poor coordination
  • Shutting one eye especially when concentrating
  • Double vision


  • Blurred vision
  • Eyestrain
  • Headaches
  • “Squeezing” your eyes to make vision clearer


  • Gritty burning eyes
  • Itchy red eyelids
  • Finding contact lenses uncomfortable
  • Loss of eyelashes
  • Frequent styes/chalazions


  • Misty, less distinct vision
  • Reduced contrast sensitivity
  • Increased glare, car headlights appear more dazzling
  • Colours appear more faded, yellowed
  • More frequent changes to your glasses prescription


  • Tender lump in upper or lower eyelid

Colour blindness

  • Trouble distinguishing between different types of food (mistaking chocolate sauce for ketchup)
  • Confusing red and green lights on games


  • Red eyes
  • Gloopy discharge which sticks to the eyelashes
  • Gritty feeling eyes
  • Watery eyes

Detached retina

  • A shadow or cobweb across the vision of one of the eyes
  • Sudden large number of dark floaters often accompanied by flashing lights

Diabetic retinopathy

  • Early stages are often without symptoms, so very important to have regular in person checks
  • Gradually worsening vision
  • Sudden vision loss
  • Blurred or patchy vision

Dry eye

  • Gritty eyes
  • Stingy or burning eyes
  • Heavy eyelids
  • Blurred vision
  • Watery eyes (the eye tries to compensate for the poor quality tears)

Flashes and floaters

  • A sudden increase in floaters
  • A new, large floater
  • A change in floaters or new flashing lights after a blow to the head or eye
  • A shadow or cobweb across the vision of one of the eyes


  • Chronic glaucoma is without symptoms until it is advanced, so it is most important to ensure you have regular in person checks
  • Acute glaucoma causes intense eye pain with blurred vision and a halo appearance around lights

Herpes simplex keratitis

  • Red painful eye
  • Light sensitivity
  • Blurred vision in the affected eye

Long sightedness hyperopia

  • Trouble focussing, especially when concentrating at the computer screen or reading
  • Tired achy eyes, and headaches, especially when concentrating

Low vision

  • Poor vision usually as a result of an eye condition or trauma to the eye

Ocular hypertension OHT

  • Usually without any symptoms at all


  • Difficulty focusing at close range, especially in dim lighting
  • Focusing lag from close to far objects
  • Close range vision worsening with age

Short sightedness myopia

  • Difficulty seeing further away, but can see well at close range

Squint strabismus

  • One eye with either turn inwards or outwards


  • Red swollen eyelid lump, often with a yellow spot in the middle like a pimple


  • Sudden dull achy eye
  • Red eye
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Blurred vision in the affected eye

Visual disturbance migraine aura

  • Flashes of light, that can appear “shimmering”, as zig-zags or be multicoloured
  • Both eyes are affected
  • Can occur with or without headache
  • Usually lasts around 30 minutes

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