Summer has arrived, and sunglasses can be said to be essential items to protect our eyes from UV damage.
The ultraviolet (UV) radiation in sunlight causes significant damage to the eyes, and prolonged exposure to strong sunlight can lead to irreversible eye problems such as cataracts and macular degeneration.
Therefore, wearing sunglasses can effectively filter out these harmful ultraviolet rays and reduce the risk of eye disease.
In addition to protecting the eyes from UV damage, sunglasses can also provide a clearer and more comfortable visual experience. Strong sunlight can easily cause eye fatigue and glare, which can affect our daily activities such as driving and outdoor activities.
Sunglasses provide a more comfortable visual environment by reducing glare and filtering out harmful blue light, enabling us to better cope with sunny and bright environments.
Because ultraviolet rays carry a high amount of energy, they can cause the material of sunglasses to age, reducing the ability of sunscreen components to absorb ultraviolet rays. The anti ultraviolet coating may experience wear, oxidation, and a decrease in reflective ability. These will all compromise the UV resistance of sunglasses.
In addition, if we do not cherish the use of sunglasses, it often leads to problems such as direct wear and tear on the lenses, loose legs, deformation and damage to the frame and nose support, which can affect the normal use and protective effect of sunglasses.
A pair of qualified sunglasses is often not cheap. If we take good care of them, we can make them protect us for a longer time. Next, Bangshidu will introduce to you how to care for sunglasses in daily life.