The current run of warm, dry and sunny weather is being enjoyed by many.
But if you are one of the 20% of hay fever sufferers in the UK** you probably dread the arrival of Spring because it brings you a host of symptoms, including one that must surely be the most irritating...Yes, I'm talking about itchy eyes.
** NHS statistic
It's already been a bad year for hay fever. It's about to get a whole lot worse
The balmy weather in April and May brought higher birch and oak pollen...
I've really noticed the wind today while I've been gardening. Though the sun is out, there's a persistent Easterly - particularly strong if you live on top of a hill like we do!
I've been wearing my Ziena Kai again today and have been very pleased to have efffective wind protection for my eyes. The silicone shield blocks the wind very well. It's like being in a bubble of calm while the wind blows around me.
I'll be grateful for my Ziena glasses again later this week...
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Suffering from itchy eyes due to pollen but looking for hay fever sunglasses on a limited budget?
Try these new wraparound sunglasses with protective gaskets from Body Specs. They offer great value plus delivery and can help reduce itchy eyes associated with allergy to pollen and dust, and can help dry eye sufferers by reducing tear evaporation.
If you are one of millions of us who dread those days when the pollen count is high because you suffer from unbearably itchy eyes (allergic conjunctivitis) then there is a simple, but effective remedy - wear specialised hay fever glasses.
As recommended in the Times newspaper
Eyewear Accessories is the only company in the UK to specialise in pollen-filtering glasses.
Our hayfever glasses were recommended in the Health section of The Times newspaper (12 March 2019). If you register with The Times (no payment required), you can read the full article: Read more →
If your eyes become itchy and sore during the hayfever season, you can alleviate the problem by wearing Hay Fever glasses. This is a simple remedy that does not rely on taking medications.
Hay fever glasses and sunglasses have protective eye cups that block the pollen from entering your eyes and causing allergic conjunctivitis.
Eyewear Accessories Ltd has a wide range of these special glasses to fit men and women and offer different styles and sizes to suit most people.