THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUE LIGHT
What is Blue Light and why you should care?
Simple ways to protect you and your family!
BLUE LIGHT FACTS
Blue Light is high-energy light found everywhere! We are exposed to it from the electronic devices we use daily. TVs, mobile phones, tablets and computer screens all emit Blue Light wavelengths that rangefrom 380 to 500 nm.
A survey in the Wall Street Journal found that 70% of teens use their mobile phones within half an hour of going to sleep. Overexposure to Blue Light before bedtime can lead to difficulty falling asleep. Moreover, it can cause disrupted sleep in children, teens and adults alike. Sleepless nights lead to daytime fatigue.
BLUE LIGHT FACTS
In addition to sleepless nights, excessive
exposure to Blue Light can also cause digital eye strain and increase the risk of macular
Luckily, Blue Light filters for smartphones and tablets can filter out the most harmful Blue Light wavelengths without impacting the functionality of your device’s touchscreen display.
Anti-Blue Light Tempered Glass Screen Protectors
Not only protect your eyes, they also provide shatterproof protection for your device, keeping it safe from everyday bumps and bruises. The Anti-Blue Light Screen Protectors are ideal for anyone in front of a screen for an extended period of time. They eliminate glare and reduce eye strain.
ANTI-BLUE LIGHT SOLUTIONS
Anti-Blue Light Tempered Glass
Protect your eyes and your phone with our shatterproof, impact and scratch resistant tempered glass that filters out Blue Light wavelengths that can be harmful with overexposure.
•Shatterproof, impact & scratch resistant
•Filters Blue Light wavelengths of 400-440 nm
•Super thin 9H hard coating prevents scratches
•Easy to install without adhesives or glues
Available for all current iPhone models
Anti-Blue Light Tempered Glass Screen Protector
BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING GLASSES
Protect your eyes with these stylish lightweight rounded glasses that filter out Blue Light wavelengths that can be harmful with overexposure.
Available in Clear, Tortoise, and Blacks