Did you know that your child needs sunglasses more than you do? Even though parents are vigilant about protecting their kids’ skin with sunblock, hats, and clothing what’s often left out of the mix is a good pair of sunglasses. Sunglasses are extremely important for kids and now that they’re easily available why step back?
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Frequently Asked Questions
At what age should my child start wearing sunglasses?
According to doctors, the right age for kids to start wearing sunglasses is two-and-a-half to three years old. It’s impractical for children below the age of two to wear sunglasses, it’s physically difficult to do so, but it gets easier as they get older.
Can a wide-brimmed hat be used as an alternative to sunglasses?
A wide-brimmed hat is a good idea and you should always stick to wearing one when you’re out or at the beach but you can’t use them as a replacement for sunglasses. Sun rays are bound to reflect off the sidewalk, sand, water, or snow from below, so it’s still getting into their eyes.
Don’t we all need some vitamin D?
A little bit of sunlight is good for all of us, irrespective of our age but as the day passes by and the clock strikes noon, take it as a sign to slide on your shades. The afternoon sun is way more powerful than what we experience in the morning. Therefore, if your kids are going to be out all day, for extended periods of time, their eyes need to be protected.
Are prescription sunglasses for kids a good idea?
Sunglasses for kids are not as expensive as the ones you and I wear. They’re pretty affordable but if you still feel it’s unreasonable to buy a pair, you can opt for photochromic lenses. This way your child can use one pair at all times. Although photochromic lenses can’t replace a good pair of sunglasses, it’s better to have something than nothing at all. At Lenskart. we bring you affordable, high-grade sunglasses for kids that provide full UV protection. If you’re worried about cost, you don’t have to anymore.