We’re all guilty of constantly staring at a variety of screens throughout the day. The only problem is that the blue light that’s emitted by most electronics — and even energy-efficient lightbulbs — is notoriously bad for our eyes and, subsequently, our health. Here are three glasses that offer superior protection for your eyes both during the day and at night.
1. Swanwick® Crystal Night Swannies: Blue Light Blocking Glasses
MSRP: $89 | Sale Price: $75 (15% off)
Featuring the latest CR-39 lenses, these prescription-grade glasses deliver unparalleled protection against harmful blue light without affecting the clarity of your vision—all within a supremely stylish and modern design.
2. Swanwick® Crystal Day Swannies: Blue Light Blocking Glasses
MSRP: $109 | Sale Price: $89 (18% off)
Ideal for looking at screens during the day, these glasses block out the most harmful types of blue light while still letting bits of healthy blue light (roughly 450-500nm) in to help keep your regular circadian rhythm in check.
3. Swanwick®Classic Night Swannies: Blue Light Blocking Glasses
MSRP: $69 | Sale Price: $49 (28% off)
With uniquely-tinted CR-39 lenses and a classic design, these glasses will help you optimize your sleep every night by eliminating harmful rays when you’re taking one last look at your devices before you go to sleep.
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