Protect Your Eyes in Style: Cinzia Designs Offers Top Tips for Protecting Your Eyes This Summer

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Cinzia Designs announces the Top 5 Tips for protecting your eyes in style this summer. Each summer the Sun Safety Alliance designates a week to promote sun safety awareness. This year Sun Safety Week is June 1st through June 7th. In relation to the safety observance week, Cynthia Shapiro, optical industry expert and Founder of Cinzia Designs, stresses the importance of protecting your eyes from potential sun damage.

According to the Vision Learning Center, many problems can occur from long-term exposure to UV rays including cataracts, macular degeneration, scaring, or skin cancer. These defects can be avoided by following simple steps to protecting your eyes.

Cinzia Designs Founder Cynthia Shapiro reveals her "Top 5 Tips" to protect your eyes this summer:

About Cinzia Designs:

Cinzia Designs is an innovative eyewear and accessories company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. A division of Europa International, Cinzia was founded in 2002, and draws on the unparalleled knowledge acquired from Europa founder Cynthia Shapiro's 30 plus years in the optical industry. Cinzia is sold in boutiques and stores throughout the United States and all over the world. Cynthia L. Shapiro is the head designer and President of Cinzia Designs. For more information please visit http://www.cinziadesigns.com

For more info, interviews, high res pictures, samples, a look book or full catalogue please contact Lindsey Reisack, PR Coordinator for Cinzia Designs at 480.951.2149 or [email protected] http://www.cinziadesigns.com

SOURCE Cinzia Designs

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