WHY YOU NEED A BLUE-CUT LENS

WHY YOU NEED A BLUE-CUT LENS

by | Sep 21, 2020 | 0 comments

Welcome to today’s episode of “Your Eyes and You”. We’ll focus our discussion today on why you need a certain type of lens called blue-cut lenses.

It’s general knowledge now that the average time one spends daily looking at the screens of digital devices has exponentially increased. From looking at your phone to your tablets to your computer, there’s almost always a screen-eye interaction.

Now here is the catch.

Your digital screen emits blue light that is harmful to the eyes. Long term exposure to these lights increases the risk of retinal damage, fatigues the eyes, and makes you spend less time on important tasks due to eyestrain. Blue cut lenses come with a special coating that bounces back these harmful blue light and restricts it from passing through the lenses of your eyeglasses.

The amazing thing is that anyone can wear this lens. If you have a refractive error, your blue-cut lenses can come with your prescription too, or just a plain blue cut lens if you have no refractive error.

Business executives, secretaries, receptionists, gamers, movie lovers, just about anyone:

GET YOUR BLUE CUT LENS TODAY!

WHY YOU NEED A BLUE-CUT LENS
WHY YOU NEED A BLUE-CUT LENS

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