Tag: children’s eye saftey

My Child Scratched His Eye…What Should I Do?

A scratched eye, known as a corneal abrasion, is an injury commonly experienced by children. What causes a scratched eye? Often times, the cause of a scratched eye is simply accidental, ranging from babies exploring their face with their hands, a foreign object entering the eye, another small child accidentally poking the eye, or playing… Read more »

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of National Children’s Vision & Learning Month

In 1995, president Bill Clinton named August “National Children’s Vision and Learning Month” to draw attention to the link between vision and learning. This year, we celebrate the 20th anniversary by spreading the word to yet more parents and educators that vision problems, left undiagnosed, can lead to significant learning problems that could easily be… Read more »

Fashion Forward Flex-Fit Glasses Great for Outdoor Adventures

Our shades with Flex-Fit™ technology can bend, twist, and flex in any direction, meaning that, however hard your kids try, they will not be able to break the frames. Many sunglasses for the youngest age groups in the Real Kids collection feature this technology, keeping shades safe from those little but powerful hands that often… Read more »

Top Beach Safety Tips for the Family & Kids

A trip to the beach with the kids should be one of the most fun days of the year. However, the beach can be a dangerous place — it is full of hazards ranging from damaging UV rays to powerful waves. Take the following precautions to make sure that your day at the beach is… Read more »

Real Kids Polycarbonate Glasses and Lenses Protect Eyes in Every Situation

Polycarbonate is the strongest plastic available and has numerous uses from workplace goggles and eyewear for sports to astronaut helmet shields and daily-use sunglasses. If you opt for shades with polycarbonate lenses, you can protect your eyes from potential injuries caused by impact in sports or debris and chemicals in maintenance tasks. However, neglect proper… Read more »