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5 Amazing reasons to why you should use our wooden sunglasses.

There are many reasons to wear our sunglasses. Below you will find our top 5. Sustainability should always be in focus. By choosing sustainable fashion, we all help to reduce the environmental impact. The fashion industry has a big challenge ahead of it and by choosing products but a more sustainable way of thinking and a longer lifespan, we are a bit on the way. For every lot sold, we replant rainforest in Brazil through the organization One Tree Planted as part of giving back. Protection against UV radiation. The most important part of using sunglasses is to protect yourself from dangerous ultraviolet radiation. The radiation can lead to damage to the eyes such as the cornea and retina. This...



Bamboo Case, a perfect way to protect your wooden glasses.

Are you looking for a way to protect your sunglasses while on the go? Look no further than a bamboo case! Bamboo is a durable and eco-friendly material that is perfect for keeping your sunglasses safe. Not only is it sturdy enough to protect your glasses from scratches and drops, but it's also lightweight and easy to carry.In addition to its protective qualities, a bamboo case also adds a touch of style to your sunglasses. Its natural look and unique grain pattern make it a fashionable accessory that is sure to turn heads.But the benefits of a bamboo case don't stop there. Bamboo is also a sustainable material that is grown quickly and without the need for pesticides or fertilizers,...



What's UV and why it's harmful? 

What's UV and why it's harmful?  UV light is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is not visible to the human eye. It is divided into three types: UVA (315–400 nm), UVB (280–315 nm) and UVC (100–280 nm). UVA and UVB are the most relevant to us humans and our health because UVC is mostly absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere. UVA rays are the longest in wavelength and are present throughout the day, all year, and can penetrate clouds and glass. They can cause damage to the skin and eyes over time, leading to problems such as cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is the most common cause of central vision loss in individuals over 60 years of age...



The History of Sunglasses

Most people know that sunglasses are a big part of the fashion industry today. But what does the story actually look like? The origins are traced all the way back to ancient civilizations where hunters and gatherers used a type of sunglasses to protect themselves from reflections on water and snow. The protection was then solved not by a tinted lens but by creating a narrow opening in a piece of wood or bone.  In the 12th century (and perhaps even earlier), a thinly cut brown quartz was used by Chinese judges to not reveal themselves. Although the sunglasses did not provide any form of UV protection, it offered them opportunities to conceal themselves thus not revealing any emotions in...