Worried about Blue Light? Blue Light Blocking Glasses Can Help!


Let’s face it: we all spend quite a lot of time in front of screens nowdays…  But did you know blue light can damage your eye vision? According to a recent study carried out by Forbes, adults consume 5 times more information every day than 50 years ago. Technology brought many positives things to our lives, but we also became very dependent on TVs, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

We often start our day out by checking our phone and we often end it with another device in front of us. One of the negative consecuences of this habit change is the exposure to blue light.

Negative effect of blue light in our eye vision

As the name suggests, blue light is perceived as blue in color, but it may be present even when light is perceived as white or another color. Blue light can penetrate through lens to the retina and cause retinal photochemical damage. Retina is the initial site of vision formation, and it is also the lesion site of various blinding eye diseases.

One animal study showed blue light can cause toxicity to retina photosensitive cells, which are irreplaceable. Damage to the retina can cause vision problems such as age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to permanent vision loss.

Although more research is needed to determine how much natural and man-made blue light is “too much blue light” for the retina, it is been proven that blue light can cause eye fatigue, and difficulties for focussing.

It’s even more worrying if you oftenw fall asleep while reading, texting or watching something on your laptop or phone as  blue light plays a very important role in our  circadian rhythm — the body’s natural wakefulness and sleep cycle.


Worried about Blue Light?

After reading this, you might be worried about blue light effects on your eye vision. Even our children spend 32 hours per week in front of a screen watching TV, videos and gaming. Changing those habits is pretty much imposible nowdays. But considering that our retine is not made to block blue light effectively, what can we do about it? How can we protect our eyes from blue light exposure without changing our daily habits involving technology?

Luckily, not all are bad news. There are ways to control excesive blue light exposure. Blue light glasses is one of them. The frame of this glasses are equipped with special lens that completely block blue light. By using them a few hours a day while we are working with our laptops or watching series, we can now reduce exposure to blue light significantly.


Are blue light glasses for everyone?

Absolutely! Blue light glasses are made for all ages: from children to elder people. Blue light glasses not only block the excesive blue light we are exposed to, but they are also nicely designed to add some smart look.

At Best Blue Light glasses, they offer a wide range of blue light glasses for children, women and men.

Blue light blocking glasses for children

If protecting the eye vision of the little ones is your priority, then you have to check out the children collection here!

This collection is made for chidren aged 3 to 10 years. The TPEE frame is the same material as feeding bottles, which is safer for children, so parents do no worry about kids putting it into their mouth. In addition, this material is more flexible and lighter to bring comfortable wearing and durable use. The lens feature high quality AC material with special technology for blockimg 80-90% harmful blue light rays.


Blue light blocking glasses for women and men

Blue light blocking glasses are also available in high quality TR90 frames for both  women and men.  Whatever your style or color preference is, you willl find suitbale blue light blocking glasses  for you at Best Blue Glasses.


Find the perfect balance between eye protection, comfort and daily technology use.




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