The Best Sunglasses for Healthy Eyes
Three pairs we love
by Danielle Braff
From Health magazine
Whether you go for the Risky Business or Olson sisters’ look, make sure your shades have 100% UV protection to filter both UVA and UVB rays. Oversize and wraparound frames offer more coverage to protect the soft tissue around your eyes. And polarized lenses make it easier to see in very bright conditions.
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