It’s hard to avoid screen time these days, especially with more and more kids learning from home. But the downside of increased screen time is that your child is exposed to more blue light than normal. Protect your child’s eyes by investing in a good pair of blue light eyeglasses.
These kids’ blue light glasses feature flexible silicone-based frames that are perfect for whatever your child throws at them. They’re for kids ages 3 to 10.
These kid’s blue light glasses come with a pouch. The lenses are non-polarized with a lens width of 45 millimeters. They’re perfect for when children are using tablets.
These kid’s blue light glasses are for older children, as the lens measures 47 millimeters wide. You’ll also get protection against UV400.
These kid’s blue light glasses pick also has an option for a two-pack, helping you to get the most for your money. The lens measures 45 millimeters wide.
These kids’ blue light glasses are a great pick for younger children, as the lens measures 41 millimeters wide. The lenses are also made with anti-scratch material for durability.
Blue light-blocking eyeglasses have an anti-reflective coating that reduces glare, lowering the amount of light that can enter your kids’ retinas. Picking this eyewear type lowers the risk of computer vision syndrome, which can lead to dry eyes, poor vision and headaches. Ensure a proper fit for your child by getting glasses with comfortable frames and nose bridges.
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