The most common complaint about prescription glasses is the smell.
The smell is almost always caused by an irritating chemical called hydroquinone.
Hydroquinone is used in cosmetic products, but is also used in some cosmetics, including eye drops.
The amount of hydroquinones in some of these products can be harmful.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 10% of people over the age of 65 have some degree of hydroquinone-related eye irritation.
This irritates the lining of the eye, which can lead to problems with vision and vision loss.
One study conducted in New Zealand found that women with the most hydroquinon-related symptoms experienced the highest incidence of retinal detachment, or corneal damage.
The symptoms can include: Dryness of the eyes or cornea