Baby Sunglasses - Cute And Adorable Sunglasses For Infants

Do Babies Need Sunglasses?

Most people already know the importance of wearing sunglasses, but for some reason a lot of people don't seem to realize that it's just as important. If not even more so to protect your infants eyes as well.

Experts advise that it's a good idea for infants and children to wear sunglasses because they are more at risk for damage to their eyes from the sun's rays. The reason for this is that the cornea,lens and fluids are more clearer in the eyes of a child or infant than in an adults. This puts them at greater risk of developing cataracts later in life.

When choosing a pair of sunglasses for your baby its always best to go with sunglasses that block 99 - 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. Experts also advise that putting a pair of low quality sunglasses on your baby is worse than not wearing any sunglasses at all. The reason for this is that cheap sunglasses can cause their eyes to dilate letting in more UVA and UVB rays.

Of course not all infants will be open to the suggestion of wearing sunglasses. But if he or she sees mom and dad wearing their sunglasses baby will be a lot more likely to copy them. But if your little one just wont wear sunglasses I wouldn't worry about it that much, just keep wearing yours and after a while he or she may just come around.

baby sunglasses - cute and adorable sunglasses for infants
baby sunglasses - cute and adorable sunglasses for infants

Baby Banz Sunglasses

You can find several different styles of baby sunglasses available on the market, but one of my favorites is Baby Banz. They were developed in Australia and have 100 percent protection from both UVA and UVB rays.

They are also very affordably priced and will look absolutely on your baby. If your baby has a large head or is getting close to the 18 month mark you may have to go up a size and try the Kidz Banz instead. And many people have reported that their baby got a better fit from the larger sized Kidz Banz.

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