Do I Need Blue Light Glasses?

What is blue light? 

Without getting super technical, blue light is the portion of the light spectrum with the shortest wavelengths and the highest energy. 

The eye does not block blue light well. The cornea and lens block UV rays from reaching the back of the eye (retina). Blue light passes through these structures and can reach the retina. 

What does blue light do to your eyes? 

The brain associates blue light as daytime, so if a person is exposed to blue light for long periods of time during the night, blue light makes it more difficult to fall asleep at night and wake up in the morning. 

"Headaches, disorientation and loss of sleep are just the start of it" 

What can you do about it? 

Get yourself a pair of blue light glasses. We recommend our Recover Lens glasses as you can try them out for yourself for 30 days risk-free! 

We know face shapes differ, and the last thing we want is you not being satisfied with your purchase. If you don't absolutely love them within 30 days of delivery, let us know.

Benefits of blue light glasses

All that screen time may be causing digital eye strain. 

Late-night screen time throws off sleep patterns because blue light affects melatonin (the sleep hormone) levels. 

Blue light glasses can help prevent these symptoms.

Weingarten, Rachel. “Do You Need Blue Light Glasses?” All About Vision, Aug. 2019,