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PROTECTING
YOUR EYES

You know that the sun can be harmful to your skin.
But did you know the sun's rays and artificial
lighting can damage your eyes?
 

ULTRA-VIOLET
LIGHT

Ultra-violet light (or 'UV') is present even when it’s not sunny, and protection is needed on both clear lenses and sunglasses. UV damage accumulates over a lifetime. It can speed up the ageing of the eyes, and promote the development of cataracts and other serious conditions.

 

BLUE-VIOLET
LIGHT

Blue-violet light is transmitted by the sun, and everyday objects like LED light bulbs, smartphones and computers.
It can lead to long-term damage to the eyes, and accelerate the onset of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

 

PROTECTING
YOUR EYES

When out in bright sunshine, you should always wear sunglasses with a high E-SPF* (Eye Sun Protection Factor) to block UV rays. Ultra-violet and blue-violet light is also prevalent on your everyday clear lenses and therefore it's advisable to filter out harmful rays with "no glare" lenses.

FIND AN
EYE DOCTOR

Contact your nearest Eye Care Professional.