Protect Your Eyes
1. Invest in good prescription sunglasses to use year round.
Everyone in your family including young kids should wear sun with polarized lenses to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays all year long – even in the shade and during winter. This is a personal eye care basic!
2. Wear safety goggles when needed.
Up to 90% of eye injuries from sports, yard work, home repair and working in high-risk situations can be avoided with eye protection**.
3. Be smart with digital screens.
Between computers, smart-phones, e-readers, tablets and TVs, our eyes are constantly exposed to screens. Combat Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and promote better daily eye care by considering anti-reflective lenses for your eyewear and taking frequent breaks.