What’s a
Blue Light Filter?

A Blue Light Filter helps reduce eye strain and fatigue caused by screens and devices.

Bailey Nelson
Bailey Nelson

Naturally found in sunlight, blue light regulates our sleepiness and alertness cycles. Now more than ever, we’re exposed to artificial blue light from our electronic devices. They may be invisible, but blue light rays have a big impact on our eyes, which don’t naturally provide protection. Thankfully, with blue light filters on, you can start taking the pressure off.

Spend your days in front of a screen?

Spend your days in front of a screen?

Most of us spend upwards of 8 hours a day either on a computer, scrolling through social media or studying hard; exposing ourselves to potentially harmful blue light.

Terrible night’s sleep?

Terrible night’s sleep?

The blue light can trick your body into believing it’s still daytime and can stop you from feeling fully sleepy, impacting your sleep cycle.

Say goodnight to blue light.

Say goodnight to blue light.

You’ve probably had tired eyes after a long day, right? Blue light filter lenses may help reduce eye strain and fatigue.

“Sorry I have no filter.”

“Sorry I have no filter.”

No need to apologise to your eyes. Our blue light filter lenses have a special coating that filters out potentially harmful blue light from screens and artificial light.

How do I get it?

You can add a Blue Light Filter at checkout to any of our optical frames for just $50 extra.

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