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Updated 11 March 2015

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Wearing sunglasses when you’re outside can reduce the amount of pollen or spores that get into your eyes.

Not only that, but allergy-irritated eyes can be sensitive to sunlight, so wearing shades which are dark and wrap around are best.

Visit our Allergy Centre to learn more about insect allergies.

 
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