Blur Light Filter And Blocking Glasses For Kids (3 To 12 Years Old)
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Our Glasses Are Designed To Filter The Harmful Rays Of Blue Light From Screens
Blue light is naturally present in the sun's rays, which penetrate the atmosphere and artificially through electronic devices: smartphones, computers, consoles, televisions, etc.
However, the blue light that emanates from electronic devices is much more concentrated, which can be harmful.
It is almost impossible for parents today to keep their children away from screens, and banning them is not a solution.
We can reduce screen time and have them wearour VisionFirst™Blur Light Filter And Blocking Glasses to protect their little eyes!
VisionFirst™ have UV400 lenses with a proprietary coating that blocks harmful blue light without significantly altering colors so your kids won't even realize they're wearing them!
Long exposure to blue light can cause irreparable damage to the eyes and contribute to age-related macular degeneration that can lead to blindness. and children can suffer from sleep disturbance and visual fatigue.
WHAT DOES RETINOLOGY TELL US?
Doctor Vincent Gualino: "Blue light has a physiological regulatory role on the secretion of melatonin, a hormone involved in the biological clock. Several scientific articles have shown that excessive exposure to this blue light, especially nighttime exposure, is the vector of sleep disturbances."
We spend an average of 6 hours a day in front of a screen.
A child born today will spend, at the age of 7, more than 1 year looking at a screen.
Even more worrying: 2 thirds of the time spent in front of the television is accompanied by a second screen (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.)
🚚Note: Due to high demand, please allow 10-15 business days for delivery.
Many times, your items will arrive earlier! We send all our packages with a tracking number, so you will be able to check it every step of the way!
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