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Protecting Your Eyes from the Sun With Optisavers
Find out why you need to protect your eyes from the sun, and how you can do this safely and stylishly
Medical experts today recommend protecting the eyes from UV radiation, which is known to produce an unpleasant array of nasty ocular conditions, including cataracts and even some forms of eye cancer. In particular, you should check the product information to see whether the lenses filter 99% - 100% of UVA and UVB light (the most harmful). Sunglasses which meet this standard are usually labelled “UV400”
Optisavers offers a stunning range of high quality (and ultra-chic) designer sunglasses, most of which incorporate state-of-the-
Clearly, for most of us, sunglasses are not simply a functional piece of kit; they’re a fashion accessory too. With Optisavers’ range of designer sunglasses, you end up getting the best of both worlds: excellent UV protection for your eyes and strikingly, head-turningly stylish designs.
The super shades topping the popularity stakes this year include Ray Ban’s perennial favourite, the Aviator. Brand spanking new for 2010; enters the latest addition to this instantly recognisable style: Ray Ban Aviator Titanium Sunglasses. Polar grey lenses contrast vibrantly with fine, shiny gold frames and, as always, they look fabulous on both sexes.
Another chart topper also comes from the Ray Ban stable: the bold, retro-looking Ray Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses in matte black. They’re frequently seen perched on the faces of a long list of Hollywood A–listers and other top celebrities, and they come in a glorious range of other colours.
The ultra-feminine Prada PR03MS Sunglasses are also riding high in this year’s popularity charts, as measured by Optisavers’ sales. With their delicate ivory frames and graded brown lenses, they’re both retro and tastefully futuristic at once. You’ll look like you’re just about to hop into your open-topped Ferrari and glide it through the streets of Monte Carlo, with these frames protecting your peepers.
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