Kids always seem to be on their digital devices, and many displays emit blue light. One thing that many people don’t realize, however, is that computer screens are a very small source of blue light. The majority of blue light exposure comes from sunlight, even inside homes, offices, and schools.
Still, decreasing overall exposure to blue light may improve visual comfort by decreasing glare, especially for kids who spend prolonged periods using digital devices.
Here are some things to keep in mind if you’re looking for blue light filtering glasses for kids:
Kids’ glasses won’t help if your child won’t wear them. Try these tips to encourage your child to wear their blue light glasses:
Nearly all the glasses frames at FramesDirect can be made with blue light filtering lenses. You can add this feature to any prescription glasses fitted with single-vision or progressive lenses.
Our BlueReflect™ lenses reflect high-energy visible (HEV) blue-violet light and some of the artificial blue light emitted by digital devices and fluorescent lighting. These lenses also protect against ultraviolet (UV) rays, repel water, and have scratch-resistant and anti-glare properties. You don't need a prescription to get BlueReflect lenses, and they're appropriate for both kids and adults.
Here are some of our best blue light glasses for girls:
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Here are some of our most popular blue light glasses for boys:
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The best blue light filtering glasses for kids are stylish, comfortable, durable, and functional. Most importantly, your child will wear them. We have a wide variety of glasses frames to choose from that will suit kids of all ages.