With the cold and snowy weather hitting the UK, the team at Specsavers in Sittingbourne has decided to shed some light on the impact snow can have on our eyes.
We all know that over-exposure to UV rays can pose a serious risk to our eyes.
However, people tend to forget that the sun rays are not only dangerous in the summer months, but in winter too, especially when it snows. This is because the light intensifies and reflects off the shiny surface of the snow.
Protect your eyes
To protect your eyes and sight in the snow, it’s important to wear suitable sunglasses, snow goggles or glasses with UV coating.
If you have any questions, come in and we’ll be happy to help you.