Anti Blue Light Contact Lenses

Are you a young hustler who works through day and night? Many young individuals experience eye discomfort and vision problems when viewing digital screens (computer, tablet, e-reader and cell phone) for extended periods. Digital eye strain is one of the most common vision health among young working adults. 

What is Blue Light?

High-energy visible light (HEV light) is high-frequency, high-energy light in the violet/blue band from 400 to 450 nm in the visible light spectrum. 

Currently, a 2019 report by France's Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) supports the 2010 result on the adverse effect of blue LED light (400-50 nm spike) on the eye, which can lead to impaired vision. It highlights short-term effects on the retina linked to intense exposure to blue LED light, and long-term effects linked to the onset of age-related macular degeneration.
 
Harvard Health Publishing additionally asserts that exposure to blue light (especially blue LED light, but also broad-spectrum blue light) at night has a stronger negative effect on sleep. In June 14, 2016 press release by the American Medical Association concludes that there are negative health impacts from the unrestrained use of LED street lighting in general.
 
Blue light is everywhere..
Luckily, new advances in protective lenses have arrived just in time to filter out the harmful blue light before it reaches your eyes. Get yourself a pair of Anti-Blue Light contact lenses today! It's THE RELIEF your eyes need for your daily hustle.

BIONICS BlueRelief

Diameter: 14.2 mmAnti Blue Light Contact Lenses USD 13.90/box

FreshKon Daily Blue Shield (30pcs)

Diameter: 13.9 mmAnti Blue Light Contact Lenses USD 34.80/box

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