| Posted On Apr 22, 2021 | By:

Choose the Best Sunglasses to Protect Your Eyes

Hope springs eternal as we long, more than ever, to get outside. Many of us start to think about wearing sunglasses when the weather starts to warm up. The truth is, damaging ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun occurs throughout the year, not just in spring and summer. UV light is invisible to the human eye, making it hard for us to avoid it.

The sun’s intense UV radiation has negative effects on our eye health.

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| Posted On Jul 11, 2013 | By:

Start looking for more than SPF on your sunscreen label!

Until now, a product’s SPF (sun protection factor) was the only objective measure of its ability to protect against sunburn. SPF does not, however, provide any measure of protection against developing skin cancer, or of premature aging caused by the sun’s rays known as photoaging. Sun damage is caused by two types of radiation: ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB). UVB is important in causing sunburn. SPF is therefore a measure of how well a sunscreen product protects against UVB and sunburn.

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