See­ing THE LIGHT

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - The Buzz -

Did you know that chil­dren’s eyes have larger pupils and clearer lenses, which al­low up to 70 per cent more UV light to reach the retina than an adult’s eye? We wouldn’t think of send­ing our lit­tle ones to school with­out sun­screen and hats. So why don’t we look af­ter their eyes as well as their skin? This was the ques­tion TV pre­sen­ter and en­tre­pre­neur Alissa Smith asked her­self when film­ing at schools for kids show To­tally Wild. So she de­vel­oped a range of su­per durable and rig­or­ously tested sun­glasses for pri­mary school kids. Priced at $19.95 each, the School Sun­nies Aus­tralia range comes in four colours to match school uni­forms and three sizes to fit lit­tle faces of all shapes and sizes, with a tough case that clev­erly clips onto a school­bag.

It’s been ex­cit­ing and won­der­ful, but se­ri­ously that non­stop that I feel like I need to just sleep for five days straight! TERESA PALMER, 30, MUM TO BODHI RAIN, AL­MOST THREE, AND FOR­EST SAGE, EIGHT WEEKS.

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