Features for Blue Light Kids’ Glasses
Evidence shows that exposure to blue light potentially disrupts our natural sleep rhythms. Sleep is especially important for children, so minimizing blue light exposure in the evening is a must.
Long-term exposure to blue light contributes to accelerating retinal aging (Marie et al., Cell Death and Disease, 2018) (Jarrett et al., 2012). Kids’ blue light glasses are also an excellent option for kids who spend a lot of time studying at a computer, as blue light causes uncomfortable glare and may contribute to symptoms of eye strain.
You can order blue light filtering glasses for kids by choosing the blue light filtering option when selecting lenses for any kids’ frame. Go ahead and browse the full selection of our kids’ frames to find the one your kid likes best.
Prescription or non-prescription
Your child can reap the benefits of blue light filtering glasses, whether they need prescription eyeglasses or not. Simply choose the non-prescription option if they don’t need vision correction, and you can add the blue light filtering feature to clear lenses in the following step.
Finding the best lens index
A lens’s index measures how thick it is, and strong prescriptions can be made much thinner with a higher index lens. We usually want thinner lenses to keep eyeglasses lightweight, and computer glasses for kids are often worn for long periods of time. Choosing the highest index available for your child’s prescription will keep them comfortable during those long evening homework sessions.
Frame styles for kids’ blue light glasses
Take the time to browse our selection of styles with your child. Finding the shape and color that appeals to your youngster is the best way to ensure that they’ll wear their blue light filtering glasses consistently. Want to try before you buy? Take advantage of our virtual Try-On feature to see exactly how your kid will look in a frame. And remember, we have a 14-Day Fit & Style Guarantee, so you can return any frames that don’t work out within that time period — no questions asked.