How Do I Keep Sun Out of My Baby's Eyes in a Stroller?
Discover how to protect your baby's eyes from sun damage during strolls with UV-proof hats, sunglasses, and stroller covers. Safeguard your child today!
Updated September 12, 2023.
Taking your child for a walk offers a fantastic opportunity for them to enjoy fresh air, but it's also essential to shield their eyes from the sun. Babies have sensitive eyes, and excessive exposure to intense sunlight can cause discomfort or even damage their vision. At the same time, it's important for them to get vitamin D from sunlight, so finding a balance can be challenging. Here's how to protect your baby's eyes from the sun during a stroll!
Protecting Your Baby's Eyes From Sun Damage
While out for a walk with your baby in a stroller, safeguard your baby's eyes from the sun using one of these methods:
- UV-Proof Hat: A UV-proof hat shields your baby's delicate eyes and skin from the sun's harmful rays. For optimal protection, opt for a hat with a wide brim and neck covering. Hats featuring an adjustable chin strap can help keep the hat securely in place.
- Sunglasses: You can introduce sunglasses to your infant as early as 6 months old. Look for sunglasses with an elastic back that wraps around your baby's head for a snug fit. Ensure the lenses are made of UV-resistant materials for maximum protection.
- Stroller Sun Cover: Make sure the canopy offers ample coverage for both your baby's eyes and body. This will provide the most effective defense against the sun's damaging rays.
The Ultimate Stroller Trike for Sun Protection and More
The 5-in-1 STR3 Folding Stroller Trike is ingeniously designed to adapt as your child grows from 10 months into early toddlerhood. Boasting features such as a sun canopy for shielding against the sun, a 5-point harness for enhanced safety, a parent handle for effortless maneuvering, and a storage basket, this trike is the perfect companion for your little one.