Safety Eyes

We are ready to spend more Blue Ray emitting smartphones which is harmful to eyes.But, not ready to spend little on Blue ray protection glasses which protects eyes from the blue light exposure.


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UV radiation from the sun can damage not only the skin of your eyelid but also the cornea, lens and other parts of the eye. UV exposure also contributes to the development of certain types of cataracts, growths on the eye and possibly macular degeneration.The best way to protect your eyes is by wearing UV sunglasses whenever you’re outside. 


Digital lights are more harmful than you think!

If you spend most of your day in‐front of digital devices such as Tablets, smart phones, laptops etc. Digital blue light glasses is the answer to protect your eyes. Constant exposure to digital blue light could lead to minor headache and eye‐fatigue.In today’s world where we’re surrounded with all types of digital devices, a strong protection is much needed against them. Even small children are exposed to Tablet screens which could be harmful for their delicate eyes. We suggest users to use blue light blocking glasses not only as their most intimate accessory but also as a modern day protection against the digital screens.


Do You Know??

About 72% of people wore sunglasses in selfie pictures. Out of this, some of them want to take selfie for sunglasses or wear sunglasses for taking selfie. Both sunglasses and spectacles make you look cool, stylish and attractive and not damage your appearance. Think about it!!! Upgrade your appearance with Us.


How Air Quality Affects Our Eyes??

The eye is a delicate organ with a large and moist area exposed to the environment. Thus, it is more susceptible to air pollution than other parts of the body. However, the response of eyes to airborne pollutants ranges from nil to severe irritation and chronic pain. Unlike nose or mouth, it is very difficult to cover eyes. This makes eyes vulnerable to the effects of air pollution - just like lungs. The most common eye conditions caused due to air pollution/ smog are:
* Watery eyes
* Burning sensation or discomfort
* Sore eyes
* Redness
* Swelling
* Itching sensation
* Dry eyes: characterized by dryness, gritty feeling, foreign body in the eye
* Eye allergy: characterized by itching, redness, discharge, eyelid swelling, blurring of vision and increased risk of infection.

Attending any important meeting or function with these eye conditions is difficult and which will also ruin that full day. Sometimes these eye conditions may lead to bad and unsafe driving. Think about it!!!

If going outside when the pollution is high and unavoidable, you should take precautions to make sure you are keeping your eyes as safe as possible.  Wear Protective Eyewear like Sunglasses when you head outside.


UV Radiation Harmful to Eyes??

The sun supports life on our planet, but its life-giving rays also pose dangers. The sun's primary danger is in the form of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Artificial sources, like welding machines, tanning beds and lasers, can also produce UV radiation. When we think about damage from the sun’s rays, we focus mostly on our skin. But did you know UV and other radiation from the sun also can harm your eyes??


European countries and many other countries have good knowledge about UV radiation and they follow all protective measures. But in our country, many people do not have knowledge about UV radiation.  Many people may not realize that UV radiation can harm eyes and other components of solar radiation can also affect vision. There are three types of UV radiation. UV-C is absorbed by the ozone layer and it does not make any threat. However, UV-A and UV-B radiation can have long- and short-term negative effects on the eyes and vision. If your eyes are exposed to excessive amounts of UV radiation over a short period of time, you will likely experience photokeratitis. These symptoms are usually temporary and rarely cause permanent damage to the eyes. Ophthalmologists caution us that too much exposure to UV light raises the risks of eye diseases, including cataractgrowths on the eye and cancer. Strong exposure to snow reflection can also quickly cause painful damage called snow blindness. It can also cause vision loss.


Follow these tips to protect your eyes from the sun: Sun damage to eyes can occur anytime during the year, not just in the summertime, so be sure to wear UV-blocking sunglasses  whenever you're outside. If you spend a lot of time outdoors in bright sunlight, consider wearing wraparound frames for additional protection from the harmful solar radiation. Babies and kids need to wear hats and sunglasses for this very reason. People of all ages should take precautions whenever they are outdoors. For additional information, call now