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Why do we need to protect ourselves from blue light?

Blue light is naturally emitted by the sun, and can also be found through artificial light sources such as mobile phones, televisions and indoor lighting fixtures.

While not all blue light is harmful, prolonged exposure to blue-violet light can potentially cause eye strains and disrupt sleep quality.

Other symptoms include dry eyes, itching, blurred vision and headaches.

Globally, people spend an average of 13 hours a day in front of digital screens (laptops, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles).

Nearly 8 in 10 eyecare professionals estimate that blue light impacts a patient's physical and mental health.

With that said, men's blue light glasses and women's blue light glasses make an important accessory to carry around with you every day.

*Disclaimer: Potentially harmful blue-violet light is between 415-455nm.

Did you know?

The average adult spends 13 hours daily in front of a digital screen.

Blue light lenses is one solution to protect your eyes and prevent long-term vision damage.
Discover our collection with blue light lenses.

Our non-prescription blue light glasses are designed to protect your eyes from extended exposure to potentially harmful blue-violet light. Whether you're wearing them for as a fashion accessory, working in front of a digital screen all-day, or binge-watching your favorite show, our blue light blocking glasses are the way to go.

Here’s other tips to protect your eyes.
Ensure that you are about one-arm's length away from your screen.

Ensure that you are about one-arm's length away from your screen.

Take regular breaks using the "20-20-20" rule: every 20 minutes, shift your eyes to look at an object at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds

Take regular breaks using the "20-20-20" rule: every 20 minutes, shift your eyes to look at an object at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds

If you wear contact lenses, give your eyes a break by wearing your blue light glasses.

If you wear contact lenses, give your eyes a break by wearing your blue light glasses.

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