Correct choice of children's sunglasses

- Jan 16, 2019-


sunglasses for children


1. Sunglasses are not easily removed from the face by children, adjustable elastic

 

It is difficult to bring the sunglasses to the face of the baby successfully. If you don't pull it, you can pull it down. Even if you don't pull it, the children in the outdoor activities are large, and it is easy to slip off when running. You can choose to have additional straps to prevent the glasses from slipping, and you can adjust the tightness so that the sunglasses can fit the face as much as possible.

 

2. The size of the sunglasses is suitable for children's face width

 

The size of the glasses is very important. Too small children will feel uncomfortable, too big and unstable, and will add more burden to the bridge of the nose. If you are buying in a physical store, you must let the children try on it. If you buy it online, different brands of sunglasses have different models and sizes, so you need to carefully select them.

 

3. If the lens is equally light, bigger lens is better

 

The lens is too small, and the shading is not strong enough. When the child is looking up, it will be stimulated by the strong light to the eyes. Of course, the weight of the oversized sunglasses will increase accordingly. In the case of the same weight, it is natural to buy a lens that is wider and wider.

 

4. Need to buy polarized lenses for children?

 

Some children's sunglasses are polarized lenses. What is a polarized lens? What are the characteristics of polarized lenses? What is the function of polarized lenses? Even when blocking ultraviolet rays, it can also filter out most of the highlights or reflected light of objects, such as water, glass and other reflected light, which can prevent vertigo and make the field of vision clearer. The price of polarizers is more expensive than ordinary sunglasses. The daily outdoor activities of small babies are generally places such as parks and communities. Ordinary 100% anti-UV mirrors can be used. If children often go to snow or seaside to play in glare. You can consider buying a polarizer.

 

5. Children with eye diseases

 

Children with eye diseases can consult a professional ophthalmologist if they can wear sunglasses. If the child is nearsighted, you can choose glasses for myopia and UV protection. Of course, you should consult a doctor before choosing.