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Making sure your child has accurate and comfortable – not to mention un-bent and un-shattered – prescription glasses can get expensive, so you may not have wanted to spring for sunglasses at the eye doctor’s office. However, it’s very important that you make sure your child’s eyes are protected from harmful UV spectrum sun rays.
When your children are active in summer sports it is critical to ensure their eyes are protected from the sun and injury. Real Kids Shades has three types of sunglasses that are hardworking, durable, and protect your children’s eyes 100% from harmful UVA and UVB rays. Designed so kids will love to wear them, these
Eyeglasses and contact lenses allow kids to see properly for lessons at school and during sports practice, putting them at no disadvantage to children with perfect vision. Unfortunately, corrective eyewear does nothing to protect eyes from growing weaker, and kids will need stronger lenses over time. However, by practicing eye exercises, you can help your
In the United States, 40 percent of children and 30 percent of adults suffer from allergies, reports All About Vision. Most often, this comes with sneezing, congestion, and a runny nose, although symptoms affecting the eyes, including itchiness, tearing, redness, and swollen eyelids, are also common. To keep your kids free from eye allergies, it
Skiing can be a dangerous sport — for the eyes more than any other part of the body. High altitudes combined with snow slopes make UV light particularly intense, even when skies are overcast, putting you at risk for photokeratitis (sunburn of the eyes) or even the more severe snow-blindness. Finding the right eye protection