The guide was written as a way for LatisseDoctor.com to raise awareness and prompt consumers to put the same amount of effort into protecting their eyes as they put into improving the look of them.
(PRWEB) June 20, 2014
Leading online LATISSE supplier, LatisseDoctor.com, works with consumers every day to address the issue of hypotrichosis, and now their latest publication is also explaining how to protect overall eye health from the effects of the sun.
While eyelashes are a natural way for the body to protect the eyes from the sun and other external aggravators, as explained by LatisseDoctor.com they are not enough to negate ultraviolet radiation. The Sun Protection for Eyes publication explains how UV rays affect different parts of the eye, including:
- The Lens
- The Retina
- The Cornea
The publication points out that few people realize the extent of damage that sun exposure can cause in the eye. Details are provided on which health problems to look out for and the importance of addressing issues early on. When treated early sun damage in and around the eyes can be halted or corrected, however when they are left undiagnosed they can be more severe than damage done to other parts of the body. Ailments that are outlined in the publication include basal cell carcinoma skin cancer, cataracts and macular degeneration.
The guide was written as a way for LatisseDoctor.com to raise awareness and prompt consumers to put the same amount of effort into protecting their eyes as they put into improving the look of them. The publication outlines numerous ways in which people can protect their eyes from the sun, such as:
- Wearing the proper protective eyewear when outside
- Wearing protective apparel when outside
- Using sunscreen around the eyes
To access the Sun Protection for Eyes guide or to learn more about improving lash growth with LATISSE products, please visit: LatisseDoctor.com.
LatisseDoctor.com was created to provide a faster, less expensive and more convenient way to purchase authentic LATISSE® products. LatisseDoctor.com is able to accomplish this by having patients fill in a medical history form, which a registered physician will review. This allows customers to purchase LATISSE® online without visiting a physician, saving customers time and money. LatisseDoctor.com is a subsidiary of Allied Medical & Diagnostic Services, LLC.