Protect your Eyes: Everyday Steps to Sun Safety

While most of us understand that sunscreen is an important part of healthy outdoor living, we need to pay more attention to how the sun affects eye health. Just as the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can change our skin, those rays can also cause changes in our eyes. This article discusses what sunlight does to the eye, who is at risk, what conditions arise from over-exposure and suggestions on prevention. SynergEyes understands the importance of protecting against harmful rays and both Duette and UltraHealth contact lenses offer protection against UVA and UVB light.

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