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Sunglasses are just as important for children as they are for adults. Children are just as at risk, in fact more at risk for sun damage than adults. The earlier you interest your child in protection from the sun, the better.
Children need to understand that UV light can damage their skin and eyes much in the same way it would an adult. Talk to your child in simple terms, and then plan to shop with them to find the perfect sunglasses.
Buying Sunglasses for Children
Most parents find buying sunglasses for their children easy. Many manufacturers, even high-quality designers, now make sunglasses for children that reflect cartoon themes, favorite characters or bright colors.
Most children spend more time outside playing than adults do, so it is helpful for parents to interest their children in wearing sunglasses and hats as early as possible. Slathering on sun block will protect your children from UV rays that burn the skin. You can’t put sun block in your child’s eyes however. That’s where sunglasses come in.
When buying sunglasses for your child, the best lenses to invest in are usually polycarbonate lenses, because they last longer and can hold up better to the wear and tear children subject their glasses to.
Lastly, do not forget to buy your child sports sunglasses if they play outdoor sports as they get older. Doing so will ensure your child has the best chances for good health for years to come.