I'm in Jupiter Florida this week, plenty of scuba diving shops, so I thought I would look for a mask that would fit over my glasses. I would only use it when necessary. Thanks for all your advice!
Well maybe someone has made ones specially for folks with prescription lenses, but when I looked at them, because they are designed to seal on your face, they were not any good. And as mentioned, your nose is blocked. Which is why the handyman safety goggles that cost almost nothing work fine.
Can't keep all the spray off, but keeps salt water mostly from hitting the eyes. I have had my eyes sting so much I could not see. I don't find the odd water drop an issue, just a jet of water in the face is the problem. And if you feel the need, you can coat this surface to repel water. These don't fit as tight as ski goggles, so they don't press your own glass frame into your head.
I had hoped that there would be ski goggles designed for folks with prescription lenses, as you have to see pretty well when skiing, where as scuba diving is another matter. You can't see far.
As my lenses are coated to darken in the sun, I would not be willing to apply anything to the surface.
This Starshield Sunglasses
is certainly a good option, especially as its tinted. But you will need to tie them on. Which means two sets of ties. And they cost more than my cheap solution.