CLOSED Giveaway: Real Kids Shades, April 26-May 10

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Welcome to the Real Kids Shades giveaway!

Did you know wearing cheap, toy sunglasses is worse for babies and kids than wearing no sunglasses at all?  Poor-quality sunglasses cause the pupils to dilate, letting in even more dangerous UV rays, without offering any protection. Dark lenses and even polarization don’t equal sun protection! Many doctors recommend that children and even babies wear eye protection just as often as they wear sunblock, because sun damage of the eyes is cumulative and irreversible. For the best protection, pair wrap-around style sunglasses with a hat!

Real Kids Shades sells quality sunglasses for babies and kids. Their sunglasses are tested by a third party for verification of their 100% UVA/UVB protection. Not only are these shades free of BPA, lead, and phthalates, Real Kids Shades hold 6 US and 2 Australian patents, are FDA-approved, CPSIA-compliant, and meet or exceed European standards (CE certified).

The wrap around designs provide optimal sun protection for your little ones while being shatter-proof and impact-resistant. For my full review, please click HERE.

Giveaway Details:

If you agree to the terms and conditions listed below, please enter through the Rafflecopter form. One winner will be selected via to receive a pair of Real Kids Shades of his or her choice.

Terms & Conditions: This giveaway is open to U.S. residents. Void where prohibited by law. You must be 18 years of age to enter. No purchase necessary. Chances of winning depend on total number of eligible entries. My Life: A Work in Progress is not responsible for the shipment of prize. Prize sponsor -Real Kids Shades- is responsible for prize fulfillment and the shipment of prize. I did not receive compensation for this post or giveaway.

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