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Invest in sunglasses in fall or winter?

While sunglasses are often associated with warm summer weather, it is just as important to wear sunglasses in the fall and winter for optimal vision.

Just because the weather is getting colder doesn't mean that the sun's harmful rays are hibernating. That's why we can't think of a better reason to invest in a pair of SEYU's this fall that will brighten up the coming fall months. Below we give you the scientific proof of the importance of protecting your eyes from the sun all year round.

UV rays

Doctors have a direct connection to long-term exposure to UV rays

and the development of cataracts. While cataracts form as the eye ages, their development can be quickly accelerated by unnecessary exposure to the sun. Not only do sunglasses protect against UV rays, but they also help protect the delicate tissue around the eye, which can lead to premature lines and wrinkles.


The autumn and winter months are often plagued by wind and rain. To reduce eye moisture loss and increase eye comfort, sunglasses can protect contact lenses from drying out and prevent them from drying out

Particles get into the eye and cause scratches. They also help protect against injuries caused by dust, wind and other forms of debris.

"The sun is lower on the horizon in autumn, winter and spring so we get more damaging UV directivity entering the eye."

Relief from eye problems and headaches

The pupil of the eye is designed to restrict light, causing it to dilate. The larger the pupil, the darker the lighting conditions. In some extremely bright lighting conditions, such as when water or snow reflects twice the amount of light, the pupil cannot constrict as much as necessary. This causes the facial muscles to squint, which can ultimately lead to eye strain and headaches. To better control the amount of light that enters the eyes, it is best to wear sunglasses as they help reduce the overall amount of light, which prevents eye fatigue.