Looking for Kids Sunglasses to buy? Usually associated with the Summer, Sunglasses / sun glasses also known in cool English as shades are a form of protective eye wear made and designed mainly to block sun rays and light from damaging or discomforting the eyes.
In the early 20th century, Sunglasses were also known as sun cheaters (the word cheaters then being an English slang term in USA for glasses)
Children spend most of the time in the summer playing out in the sun and being kids and it is for this reason alone that sunglasses should be considered an essential item of kids wear.
Spending long periods of time in the sun can cause serious eye problems. Medical experts advice that wearing sunglasses in the sun protects the wearer from ultraviolet radiation.
Though mostly associated with adults, specifically movie stars and celebrities, who wear them for a different purpose.
We at KDSWR strongly recommend to get your little ones a pair of sunglasses for the only reason being their protection, and for this to be effective the kids sunglasses must have 100% uv protection.
How old can a child be to wear sunglasses? Sunglasses are a recommended for children of all ages. Though as mentioned earlier these sunglasses must be 100% uv protective as using darkened glasses which are not 100% uv protective may do more harm than good. The reason being that dark glasses tend to make the wearer’s eye pupils open up wider thus letting in more uv radiation.
So better no glasses on your little ones than wearing dark glasses for the sake of it. Given that the glasses are made to age size, it is strongly recommended to buy glasses based on age of your child with most major sunglass companies offering very affordable kids sunglasses in various age ranges.
What to look for when buying sunglasses for kids?
Here we are focusing on three main things: protection, protection and protection.As mentioned earlier better no glasses than having dark sun glasses without 100% uv protection.
They can sometimes also function as a visual aid, as variously termed spectacles or glasses exist, featuring lenses that are colored, polarized or darkened.
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