Many people may hold the opinion that they can be protected by staying in the shade, while on the contrary - whether by wearing a hat or by using natural shade like trees or buildings - is far more enough. According to official statistics, UV rays are reflected off nearly every surface; no matter the reflection was asphalt, clouds, snow, sand and other things that surround your baby every day.
But good news is that there are quite a large number of companies which produce baby sunglasses that offer perfect protection from these harmful UV rays. But all sunglasses are not created equal; here's what you should take into consideration when looking for baby sunglasses during shopping.
* Whole coverage of the eye: sunglass lenses should cover the entire area around your baby's eye.
* Flexibility of the frame: as we all know that babies can be tough on all of their stuff. So make sure that baby sunglasses have a bit of flexibility so they can not easily be broken.
* 3 or 4 lenses of the category: 3 or 4 lenses are the darkest of lenses so it is a perfect option to offer your baby the ultimate in protection. Light colored lenses are not in the range of consideration.
* UVA, UVB and UVC protection: when baby sunglasses protect against all these three harmful rays, you can know that their eyes are totally safe.