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Why sunglasses for my baby?

The lenses of a baby's eyes are UVA-transmissive and only become opaque in adulthood. Therefore, the retina of babies should and must be protected by suitable sun filters. Damage in childhood accumulates and promotes diseases in adulthood. In addition, it makes sense not to blind the child and perhaps injure him or herself.

Which sunglasses are right for my baby?

A baby's face differs from an adult face in that it has a flat face, prominent cheeks and a weakly developed nasal bridge. Therefore, it is important that the frame of the sunglasses is designed and shaped exactly for them. Babies also tend to look upwards, so the correct fit of the sunglasses is essential. The Kids and Kids Plus sunglasses from izipizi are just right for this. The frame is soft and durable and the straight temples adapt to the growth of the child. These sunglasses also have a headband that prevents the sunglasses from slipping and getting lost. In addition, the lenses are polarised and have a category 3 rating, which means that your child's retina is optimally protected.

Are there also sunglasses for toddlers and children?

But we also have sunglasses in our range for children from the age of 5, because protection against UV rays is essential, especially in childhood. In order to be protected from UV rays from above, it is advisable to put on a sun hat or cap with the sunglasses. This way, nothing stands in the way of a summer outing.

Why sunglasses for my baby? The lenses of a baby's eyes are UVA-transmissive and only become opaque in adulthood. Therefore, the retina of babies should and must be protected by suitable sun... read more »
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Baby & children sunglasses

Why sunglasses for my baby?

The lenses of a baby's eyes are UVA-transmissive and only become opaque in adulthood. Therefore, the retina of babies should and must be protected by suitable sun filters. Damage in childhood accumulates and promotes diseases in adulthood. In addition, it makes sense not to blind the child and perhaps injure him or herself.

Which sunglasses are right for my baby?

A baby's face differs from an adult face in that it has a flat face, prominent cheeks and a weakly developed nasal bridge. Therefore, it is important that the frame of the sunglasses is designed and shaped exactly for them. Babies also tend to look upwards, so the correct fit of the sunglasses is essential. The Kids and Kids Plus sunglasses from izipizi are just right for this. The frame is soft and durable and the straight temples adapt to the growth of the child. These sunglasses also have a headband that prevents the sunglasses from slipping and getting lost. In addition, the lenses are polarised and have a category 3 rating, which means that your child's retina is optimally protected.

Are there also sunglasses for toddlers and children?

But we also have sunglasses in our range for children from the age of 5, because protection against UV rays is essential, especially in childhood. In order to be protected from UV rays from above, it is advisable to put on a sun hat or cap with the sunglasses. This way, nothing stands in the way of a summer outing.

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