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Did you know?..

80% of your eyes’ exposure to UV light occur by the time you are 18 years old. Most people think this is a myth or simply don’t realize the effect UV rays can have on their eyes. You’re eyes need daily protection, just like our skin. Long term exposure to UV can not only cause certain eye diseases like Cataracts, but also macular degeneration and skin cancer on or around the eyelids.


^I love this poster Transitions has provided us, it demonstrates the severity of UV damage.

40% of UV exposure occurs when we are not in full sunglight. Just because it is a cloudy or overcast day-doesn’t mean we are in the clear of UV rays! ALL of our eyewear should have UV protection, whether they are sunglasses or our clear/indoor glasses.

Come in for your NEW polarized sunglasses today!