Summer is upon us so it’s time to make sure that your kid’s are protected from the sun. I know that most of us immediately think about grabbing sunscreen and a great sunhat, but what most of us do not think about is making sure we protect our kid’s eyes too. Kids eyes are even more vulnerable to harmful UV rays that an adult eye, so it’s even more important that their eyes are fully protected. It’s a great time to get even your youngest kids in the habit of wearing sunglasses – and not just when they are in the bright sun but anytime they are outside as UV rays are reflected back at us at all times.
Just like anything you put on your child – safety and comfort are on the top of our lists to make sure our kids continue to use a products. When looking for sunglasses for your kids make sure that the glasses cover a large part around the eyes to make sure the UV rays are blocked as much as possible, find frames that are flexible yet durable and comfortable, and that the lenses are providing 100% UVA and UVB protection.
Of course now that my kids are getting a little older they also want to make sure they look ‘cool’ while wearing their shades. Lucky for us there are companies like Eyes Cream Shades who provide the safety, comfort and coolness factor for sunglasses for kids.
The Eyes Cream Shades brand is a favorite among celebrity moms (i.e. Tori Spelling’s son, Liam; Courtney Cox’s daughter, Coco; Julie Bowen’s kids) and celebrity dads(Matthew McConaughy’s son, Levi; Ian Zierling’s daughter, Mia) who sport their little ones in the Eyes Cream Shades products. The brand has also been featured in major motion pictures, as well as on prime time television shows.
Eyes Cream Shades has a huge selection of sunglasses for infants, toddlers, kids, tweens and teens!
I love the Trends N Bends Banana shades that are perfect for infants and toddlers.
My middle daughter LOVED the Deliciously Diva Mochas!
And my tween doesn’t want to take off her very hip and trendy Divalicious Licorice Ice sunglasses. I love the full coverage on these!
Do your kids wear sunglasses? I’m so glad we started putting them on our kids at a very early age and now there are so many fabulous styles to choose from!
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