How can I protect myself from blue light while wearing prescription glasses?

Our Clip-on Glasses are coming to help – they have been created specifically for this purpose. We simply put them on the glasses, and all done, voila!

When and how to use your glasses?

Blue Light Glasses Guide:
- Daytime: Use during the day, whenever it's still light outside
- Night-time: Put them on 3-4 hours before sleep.

What is the difference between normal and orange lenses?

The difference lays in filtration power. Normal glasses are blocking around 40% of blue light, and orange ones are blocking almost a 100%.

How do blue light blocking glasses work?

Blue light blocking glasses, also known as protective eyewear against blue light or blue light filters, feature special lenses designed to reduce the amount of blue light reaching the eyes emitted by electronic devices. These lenses block or absorb a portion of the blue light, diminishing potential negative effects such as eye strain, sleep difficulties, and visual fatigue.

Can I use blue light blocking glasses while wearing contact lenses?

Yes, of course!

What version of the glasses should I choose - normal, or orange?

It all depends on your needs and lifestyle. If you work on a computer or watch TV during the day, daytime glasses will be the best option here. On the other hand, evening glasses are useful for everyone in the current 21st-century era.
Blue light is the most harmful in the evening, and since 99% of people enjoy watching TV or browsing laptops and smartphones in the evening, these are universal and suitable glasses for everyone.

Why do daytime glasses block only 40% of blue light, while orange ones block up to 100%?

Blue light comes from all types of illumination, whether it's a screen, lightbulb, or even the sun. During the day, the blue light from the sun is mixed with that coming from screens, making our eyes more accustomed to it and less harmful than it is at night.
This is why daytime glasses only block a portion of this light.
However, this should not be underestimated because the fact that the light is less harmful doesn't mean it's absent. It's still present, and if we spend more than a combined hour per day watching TV or using a laptop, it starts to become harmful.

Are your glasses intended for people dealing with specific issues or for everyone?

The most common issues related to chronic exposure to blue light include eye fatigue, sleep difficulties, visual strain, dry eyes, headaches, and a decline in sleep quality.
Our glasses are designed to prevent these problems. Think of them like toothpaste. We brush our teeth every day to keep them from deteriorating. Similarly, we wear glasses every day to safeguard our eyes and prevent a range of issues associated with blue light.
Instead of treating the side effects, we proactively prevent them!
Even if you don't currently experience these problems, blue light exposure is risky. The issues linked to chronic exposure might not be immediately tangible, unlike a bruise resulting from a physical impact, which makes it challenging to predict future vision and sleep problems.
Moreover, it's also a significant cost-saving measure, as blue light blocking glasses are a one-time purchase that lasts for years.