Understand the Elements of Sunglasses before Purchasing

Remember the last time you partied too hard and woke up to a freaking nightmare? The reflection from your mirror says it all!

Our eyes give away a lot of information to the onlooker without even spilling a word. Whether it is to protect yourself from the previous night’s frenzy or to protect your eyes from the sun, sunglasses are a great way to hide the baggage.

Knowing Your Sunglasses


There is always a good reason to own a nice pair of sunglasses for the summers. It can help protect your eyes from sun-related damages, so you have to know what to look for when shopping for a new pair.

Studies suggest that long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can cause a number of eye problems. Eye conditions such as cataracts, skin cancer on the eyelid and around the eyes, melanoma of the eye, and benign growths on the surface of the eye are some common issues.

Purchase a pair that is anti UV from a certified Burnaby optical store. Buying a larger framed sunglass isn’t simply a stylish statement but, large frames also provide more protection than smaller ones.

Basically, when you buy a pair of sunglasses you are buying the frame, lenses and the way they’re put together. Most of the time, the price is determined by the quality of the frames and the name of the brand or the designer’s names tagged on it. But you have to remember that the lens of the sunglasses is the most underrated element.

The lenses are the only thing that plays the role of protecting your vision by providing sun protection. So, relate on the quality of the lens rather than the name of the brand

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