What were these eclipse viewers thinking?
(FOX NEWS) A California health professional reported eclipse-viewers who sought treatment because they put sunscreen on their eyeballs to view last week’s solar eclipse.
These individuals applied sunscreen because they did not have NASA-approved eyewear.
Doctors in Virginia have also reported patients complaining of applying sunscreen to their eyes.
It only takes seconds of staring at the sun to cause lasting damage to the retina. READ THE FULL POST AT FOX NEWS.