When sunglasses are polarised this means that your sunglasses offer great protection for the glare that comes from the sun, water and shiny surfaces. Polarised lenses are equipped with a special filter (sandwiched in between the lenses) that cuts intense reflected light, reducing glare.
Polarised sunglasses are also great if you are visiting the beach or if you like to indulge in outdoor activities. Polarised sunglasses also protect the eyes from the UV rays of the sun and blue light too.
Read more on the differences between Polarised And Unpolarised Sunglasses.
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