Learn More About Blue Light Lenses

Benefits of Our Blue Light Lenses

Filter out 75% of harmful blue light

Our premium blue light blocking lenses protect your eyes from harmful blue light emitted by digital screens. Blue light causes symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome and can be linked to age-related macular degeneration.

Combat Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome, also called Digital Eye Strain, is a group of symptoms that can appear after prolonged exposure to the blue light emitted from digital devices. Because our eyes have difficulty focusing on blue light, we experience symptoms including eye strain, headaches, dry eyes, blurred vision, and difficulty sleeping.

Near-clear lenses

Our blue light blocking lenses are near-clear, which means you can keep your eyes protected without distorting the colors you see.

Anti-reflective coating

Our premium lenses eliminate glare and reflections caused by screens and overhead lights than can cause eye strain. The anti-reflective lenses don't just a film coating on the lens, instead, the lens is created with the blue light blocking technologies throughout the lens.

What Is Blue Light?

Blue light is a type of high-energy light in the visible light spectrum. You can be exposed to blue light from both natural and artificial sources. The sun is a natural source of beneficial blue light, and it helps regulate our body's natural sleep cycle. Artificial sources of blue light, however, can be harmful with prolonged exposure. Artificial sources of blue light include digital screens, electronic devices, and fluorescent and LED lighting.

Devices That Can Cause Digital Eye Strain

Any digital device with a visual screen emits blue light, including computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, e-readers, and TVs. You're at risk for symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome if you use any of these devices for more than two hours per day, which many of us do before we even leave for work! If you spend significant amounts of time in front of a computer at work, reading on a tablet at home, or watching TV, these blue light blocking readers are your key to happy eyes.

How to Find Your Computer Reading Glasses Power

Your computer power may be different than your normal reading power. The strength of your computer reading glasses is determined by the distance between you and your computer or device. To find your average distance, use a ruler to measure from the bridge of your nose to your screen at your usual viewing distance. Then see the image above to make adjustments to your standard reading power.