iLiftz™ Launch: Solution for Oversized Glasses Causing Red Marks & Slipping

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Why spend hundreds of dollars for comfortable glasses when this invention will make any pair of glasses comfortable at a fraction of the cost? Bye-Bye Nose Dents™ launches new product that will make oversized glasses comfortable. Patented iLiftz™ Cozy Socks instantly lift glasses and prevents nose dents, red marks, and slipping glasses. There is nothing like this out on the market today and will be a game changer for anyone who wears eyeglasses and sunglasses.

"Why should customers pay hundreds of dollars for comfortable glasses when their glasses can be comfortable with iLiftz™ Cozy Socks for a fraction of the cost."

Bye-Bye Nose Dents™ announced the launch of iLiftz™ Cozy Eyeglass Socks, its new patented Eyeglass Accessories. This is great news for anyone who wears eyeglasses or sunglasses because iLiftz™ is the solution for uncomfortable glasses. They instantly lift glasses reducing eyeglass pressure that causes nose dents, marks, and slipping. They work by creating a counterbalance that gently lifts your glasses.

This will be music to the ears of anyone with a sensitive nose, or has a heavy eyeglass prescription, or just loves wearing oversized glasses. This will also allow anyone recovering from nose trauma or surgery to continue wearing their glasses while they recover. There is no other product available that is similar to iLiftz™ Cozy Socks. The Owner at Bye-Bye Nose Dents™, Sherry Sandt, makes a point of saying "things are going to change when iLiftz™ Cozy Eyeglass Socks launches".

Sherry Sandt, owner, commented "Why should customers pay hundreds of dollars for comfortable glasses when their glasses can be comfortable with iLiftz™ Cozy Socks for a fraction of the cost? Take any pair of glasses and attach iLiftz™ Cozy Socks and those glasses will be gently lifted and comfortable, whether they cost $10 or $1000. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to customers because It will save them time. It will save them money. And it will give them comfortable glasses. Their nose will be free from dents & marks, and their glasses will stay in place." You can learn more at

You can choose from light, standard, and heavy socks, or purchase a discounted set that includes all three sizes. The light ¼ oz size works best with titanium, wire-frame, rimless, and featherweight glasses weighing .5 oz or less. The standard ½ oz size suits glasses weighing between .5 and .7 oz. The heavy ¾ oz size is ideal if you wear large chunky glasses or have a heavy prescription.

The unisex socks are discreet, easy to wear, and fit on eyeglass arms from 3mm-12mm. They are made from durable silicone and tungsten and come
in colors such as black, gray, brown, and lilac.

In addition to its Cozy Socks, iLiftz™ manufactures a variety of eyeglass retainers, straps, cushions, and jewelry. All of its products are designed and manufactured in the USA. They can be shipped domestically, or abroad to Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

The iLiftz™ Cozy Socks were invented by Sherry Sandt as a result of her own frustrations with ill-fitting eyeglasses. After buying expensive lightweight frames that still caused nose dents, she was determined to find a solution for uncomfortable glasses.

A satisfied customer said: “I got the iLiftz™ cozy eyeglass socks for my oversized glasses and they were exactly what I needed. My glasses were
causing a dent on my nose and these lifted them up enough to alleviate the pressure. The iLiftz™ are great quality, easy to put on and don’t move around
at all. If you’re looking for a product to ease your nose dents and/or pressure, and keep glasses from slipping down your nose, look no further.” Read all their reviews at

Make those red dents on your nose disappear by using iLiftz™ cozy socks. You could even be eligible for a $150 Gift Card if you share your iLiftz™ experience with your eye doctor. Find out more about this promotion at

For further information about Bye-Bye Nose Dents™, this can be discovered at

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