Thank you for being conscious about your choices and caring for the well-being of our planet.
Claiming responsibility as individuals
Our increased rate of unconscious production and consumption, usage of toxic chemicals and non-biodegradable synthetic materials is threatening our environment, health and all life on earth.
We all know that chemicals are bad for us and the planet but did you know that chemicals are also epigenetic? That means the changes they make to us at a genetic level become heritage to our children and grandchildren…
Thank you for uniting with us to live the change we wish to see.
Living in harmony is our lifestyle
VivaRays’ roots are built on our values, which distinguish us and guide our actions as a team.
We at VivaRays believe that health is a state that can only be achieved when living in harmony with all the elements, earth, water, air, fire and ether, which are present within us and all around us.
This is why we are committed to researching, finding and choosing the most compatible and eco-friendly materials and practices balance between protection and comfort, which is key to health and wellness.
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
VivaRays eco-friendly glasses
Our ethically certified wooden frames are high grade, 100% biodegradable and free of any toxic chemicals. They are handcrafted from durable ebony and bamboo. They come from ethically sourced and responsibly managed forests, which are bound by the sustainable forestry management standards of the FSC certification.
What about the packaging?
Each pair of glasses comes with a free 100% biodegradable bamboo case as well as an organic cotton cloth. As for packaging, unlike the commonly used plastic bubble wraps, we are grateful to collaborate with a local print shop to provide us with their wasted paper to reuse.
Featuring 100 solar panels and geothermal heating, the lab is a carbon neutral lens manufacturing facility. Made in Canada we support our local suppliers, which means less shipping and a lower carbon footprint. A thermal recapture system recovers heat from lens manufacturing process to heat the lab. In other words, when we coat a lens, we heat our building.