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The Truth About Sunglasses – Do I really need them?

Sunglasses are a necessity first and the second a fashion accessory. They are necessary for the protection ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) rays from the sun. Ultraviolet rays affect our eyes, and prolonged exposure can lead to cataracts. Infrared is basically a heat wave that leads to discomfort in the eyes after extended exposure to the sun. Youth and adolescents are more susceptible to the effects harmful UV and infrared rays. The damage to the cornea, lesions on the eyelids that may become malignant, and wrinkles around the eyes squint eyes due to the brightness of the sun are some of the problems that may occur from prolonged exposure to sunlight.

You are more susceptible to lightning UV and IR rays of the midday sun, especially during the summer season. sunglasses quality can successfully block 99% to 100% of UV rays, however, must understood that the cost of a pair of sunglasses is not related to its ability to block UV rays. There are several sunglasses at a reasonable price that offers excellent protection UV. The color of the lens does not affect the ability of UV protection sunglasses. Green and shades of gray are good for general use, while blue, brown and amber may alter the perception of color a bit. The darkness of the lens should be such that in bright light, your eyes are about to be visible.

Sunglasses with polarized lenses are useful to filter glare that can be scattered by a shiny surface like water, snow, and car windscreens. These glasses are no more effective against lightning UV glasses with polarized lenses, but can not be very useful when working in high-gloss.

Apart from the utilitarian value of sunglasses, have an undeniable attractive fashion accessories. Several major fashion brands have their own line of designer sunglasses. Sunglasses are available in various shapes, sizes and forms and covering a range of sophisticated and elegant appearance, sports, formal, etc.

Along with sunglasses to protect your eyes, always wear sunscreen on exposed skin while leaving the house, either in winter or summer. Sunscreens protect against harmful UV rays and minimize the risk of contracting a skin disease such as melanoma. Sunscreens are available with different Sun Protection Factor (SPF) values. There are different skin types, as very fair, just, clear, medium and dark and they all react differently to exposure to sunlight. People with very fair skin burn quickly and are rarely ever get a tan, dark skin and rarely can take the sun burns easily. If your skin burns easily, you should choose a sunscreen with a high SPF value. The highest value is SPF 30. The result end: when the sun rises, do not neglect your eyes or skin!

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