Did you know that 80% of a child’s learning occurs through the eyes? However, on a daily basis, kids’ lenses encounter everything including fingerprints, scratches and harsh glare all which can make it harder for them to see, to keep their glasses clean,and can cause tired, strained eyes. And most importantly, can distract your child while learning at school. In fact, everyday things that can cause distracting glare and reflections, which can be really challenging as kids go through school, sports, and life, in general.
During a recent event I learned more about Crizal Kids UV lenses that are designed as "kid-proof lenses." This includes lenses that include smudge-resistant technology that makes them easy to clean as well as no-glare technology that reduces glare from fluorescent lights, whiteboards and computer screens to prevent tired eyes and headaches. They are also made with safe, durable and impact-resistant Airwear® polycarbonate lens material and features scratch- and impact-resistant as well as the most complete daily UV protection, with an eye-sun protection factor (E-SPF®) of 25.
Check out this interesting infographic about eye health and be sure to visit your local eye doctor to get your child checked out:
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