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Effects of eye glasses

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Regularly wearing eyeglasses can cause a number of unwanted skin problems. Because of the constant pressure from the frames on your face, eyeglasses can cause many types of skin problems of the ears and scalp, such as acne, cysts, and infections. Metal frames can trigger allergic reactions in the skin, as well as increased sensitivity. Plastic frames are safer for allergy sufferers, but they’re usually thicker than metal frames, and can be more irritating.
Contact lenses are a good option for people who are sensitive to frames, but they’re not right for everyone. Skin conditions such as rosacea can make it difficult or impossible to wear contacts, as the eyes become puffy and irritated, and continued contact lens wear can make the situation worse.
While wearing contact lenses or getting LASIK surgery can improve your vision without the use of eyeglasses, they won’t protect you from the sun’s rays. Ultraviolet radiation can damage your vision as well as your skin, so it is essential to protect them both.
Many people think that when they wear sunglasses the skin around their eyes is protected from ultraviolet radiation, but the radiation comes in from around the lenses of normal sunglasses. Wrap-around lenses provide a little more protection. Make sure that any sunglasses you choose are polarized; this is what will protect you from UV radiation.
To combat the effects of sun damage around your eyes, apply a moisturizing eye cream such as Dr. Goldfaden's Intensive Eye Cream with Red Tea, which improves the elasticity and tone of the skin around your eyes. When used regularly, Dr. Goldfaden's Intensive Eye Cream with Red Tea can minimize wrinkling and early aging caused by sun exposure

1 comment:

  1. Personal protective gear for your eyes is essential for preventing harm related to affect, injury, contamination, or other factors. Without protective eyewear, many tasks and recreational activities will not be possible to perform on a regular basis. Additional to wearing protective equipment, its crucial that you practice caution and safety on a regular basis. Splashes from hot liquid, debris from fireworks explosions, family cleaning sprays, prolonged viewing of overly bright lights debris from things such as weed eaters, table saws and lawnmowers are common causes of eye injury. Yaldo Eye Center


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