Sunshades and Sunscreen: Protect Your Eyes and Skin This Summer 

Summer Protection

Sunshades and Sunscreen: Protect Your Eyes and Skin This Summer 

July; the month of summer, sun, beach visits and sandcastles. Now, we should not forget to protect our skins and EYES as we enjoy the warmth of the sun on our skins. That is why we are here to tell you that July is the month of UV safety awareness. We believe this should be the best time to let you know about the significant adverse effects of UV rays from the sun and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones. In addition, grab yourselves some sunshades and put on sunscreen when going out into the sun.

Exposure to UV rays can be harmful to the skin, and among many of its effects include the rapid risks of:

Skin cancer



Corneal damage

Age Spot

Dry eyes


However, there are safety measures that you can engage in to protect yourself from the above and many other effects of the sun.

Let’s start with the eyes


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Winter, summer, fall, or autumn, sunglasses are for every season. But do you know that UV rays can burn your eyes? Of course, sunburnt eyes can be painful and feel sandy. Sunburn can affect the cornea, also known as snow blindness. Severe UV damage to the eyes can cause damage to the eye lens and lead to cataracts. In addition, AMD could develop rapidly due to overexposure to the sun.

A good pair of sunglasses that blocks out ultraviolet rays will give your eyes maximum protection from the sun and other natural elements throughout the year. So get yourself a pair today.

Don’t forget your skin



A sunscreen containing a minimum SPF of 30 will significantly reduce wrinkles. Dry lips can also be prevented if applied to the lips. Use a considerable amount on all exposed skin areas, including ears and neck.

Sunscreen is not waterproof, so applying a good sunscreen more liberal if you are into swimming or perspiring is advised. You can also use Sunscreen on your head if you have little or no hair.

Does it mean you are entirely safe from the sun with just sunshades and sunscreen? Well, almost; sunscreen does block sun rays but not all of it. So adding protective clothes will give you the 100% protection you need.

Wear clothes that perfectly cover your legs and arms. A couple of clothing brands nowadays sell clothes containing UV protective factors. A hat is another protective add-on, not only for good looks but also for protecting the head and eyes from the sun.

Try to desist from sun exposure at its peak because the sun reflects on water, sand, and other natural elements, which means more UV exposure.


These are just a few practical tips we are giving you for the summer. In addition, you can pop by our store to get yourself a pair of fashionable sunglasses.

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