Real Kids Shades review by Emptynester Reviews
I was ELATED when approached by REAL KIDS SHADES to do a review for you more for my personal reasons and getting the word out to all of you, my readers.Years ago I had read that blue eyed individuals were more sensitive to sunlight, and I myself being a blue eyes person have always had to wear sunglasses or developing a headache and watery eyes was the result. I have been a huge advocate of getting kids to wear sunglasses at a very early age to get use to them, and to keep their eyes safe from the Harmful UV rays that result in the sun damaging your eyesight over time. I truely believe blue,brown or hazel no matter what color eyes you or your children have you should protect them from the suns harmful rays, that by the time your child reaches 20 they will haveÂ a whole lot better chance of not wearing glasses for impairments. I am 43 and do not wear glasses for any eye sight issues however my parents and brother all do, and they haveÂ never been sunglass fanatics, as I have.
Real Kids Shades has so many versatile and full UV protection sunglasses to choose from on their website (click here). My grandson Aiden, age 6, loved the blue Blaze Sunglasses so much he snuck them into his book bag for the bus ride home from schoolÂ one day, I was elated to see him get off the school bus wearing them. He is so excited about the convertible types, that you can take the ear pieces off and attach an elastic adjustable band to, for when he plays youth tball this summer, it honestly was his outburst at seeing that they had the strap. I am so pleased to be able to get him to wear sunglasses of quality, proper protection, and keep his eyes healthy at such a young age. My 18 year old son refuses to wear sunglasses, and it drives me nuts. Anyone can give him a call right now and ask him what his mother says everytime she gets in the car to go anywhere with him, and he will reply, “Where is my sunglasses”. I hound him every chance I get. My 24 year old daughter I couldn’t get to wear sunglasses until she was much older I would say around the teens, and she is now wearing reading glasses, but goes NOWHERE without sunglasses also. I wish there was more that was done to promote the wearing of sunglasses in school, or elsewhere. I realize that they can be expensive, and get broken easily (if bought from a cheapo depot), but in the long run it is so worth it to protect your loved ones eyes!
Real Kids Shades are by far not a cheap,low quality sunglass website.
Â CPSIA compliant,
contain no lead, bisphenol A or phthalates.
measured by the strictest American, European, and Australian governing bodies.
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