Babiators Sunglasses – Protection When It Matters Most! @Babiators #babiators

The Babiators Sunglasses information, product and additional gift pack have been provided by Babiators.

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

 

Babiators Sunglasses – Protection When It Matters Most!

 

We have been having temperatures in the upper 90’s and low 100’s! Not only is HOT but it’s also very sunny! Besides putting on the sunscreen, you need to think about the kid’s eyes. Even if they don’t look at the sun (which they shouldn’t!) it can still affect their eyes! UV damage is cumulative and irreversible. That’s why it’s so important to protect their eyes with a good pair of sunglasses like Babiators sunglasses!

Children’s eyes are more susceptible to sun damage because they have larger pupils and clearer lenses, allowing more UV to penetrate and reach the back of the eyes. 

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

I like the Babiators sunglasses because they are flexible. You know how rough kids can get with things. We have had so many sunglasses (not Babiators) and they all ended up broken. So I was excited to have the kids give them a try. 

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

We are lucky that the kids leave their sunglasses on. Some kids want nothing to do with sunglasses.

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

The Babiators have five things about them that attracted me to them in the first place:

 

Safe: Babiators have UV400 lenses that offer 100% UVA and UVB protection and undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – whether they’re on your child’s face or end up in your child’s mouth.

Durable: The sunglasses feature flexible rubber frames, and impact and shatter-resistant lenses that won’t break when you bend, twist, or step on them. Trust us, we’ve tried!

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

Awesome: Classic aviator sunglasses make sure your little one is the coolest kid around.

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

Fit: Babiators are made of a soft material that is comfortable and lightweight. They are designed to fit kids’ faces and don’t pinch the temples or nose. They are available in two sizes:

o   Junior Babiators sunglasses fit most babies 6 months to 3 years.

o   Classic Babiators sunglasses fit most children 3 to 7 years.

Guaranteed: The best part? Babiators are backed by the Lost & Found Guarantee™ – if you lose or break your shades in the first year, Babiators will replace them for free. All you pay is shipping. (Who does that?)

 

Babiators sunglasses offer UVA & UVB protection & undergo rigorous testing to ensure they’re safe for your child – on their face or end up in their mouth.

 

You can purchase them on their website. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Babiators Sunglasses Giveaway:

One lucky Just Plum Crazy reader will win a Black pair of Babiators sunglasses. Enter on the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

  • Giveaway ends 6/26/16 at 11:59 PM!
  • Void where prohibited.
  • Must be 18 or older to enter.
  • Winner must respond to email within 24 hours.

 

 

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  1. Great and really high quality glasses, have seen them on ebay twice, but they were too overpriced

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