Blue Light Glasses For Women Men and Kids

No matter what your styles are and how strong your Rx is, our huge selection of Blue Light blocking glasses will always meet your fashion needs while protecting your eyes.

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What is Blue Light?

Blue light is a color in the visible light spectrum. It's a short wavelength with the highest energy of all visible light. The natural blue light comes from the sun; and the artificial blue light comes from digital devices, such as computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, and it also comes from lights like LED. Blue light can reach the back of the eye and cause damage to the retina — an important component of the eye that enables vision. The eyes cannot block this harmful light by itself, that's why blue light glasses are quite important.

What do blue light glasses do?

If you spend most of the day in front of digital devices, you may suffer from blurry vision and fatigue, or constantly feel your eyes are dry. These things are are all symptoms of digital eye strain. Blue light blocking glasses are designed to eliminate these symptoms of blue light exposure because they have crafted lenses that can block or filter out blue light. These lenses can help to reduce potential damage to your retina from prolonged exposure to blue light.

What do blue light glasses do?

If you spend most of the day in front of digital devices, you may suffer from blurry vision and fatigue, or constantly feel your eyes are dry. These things are are all symptoms of digital eye strain. Blue light blocking glasses are designed to eliminate these symptoms of blue light exposure because they have crafted lenses that can block or filter out blue light. These lenses can help to reduce potential damage to your retina from prolonged exposure to blue light.

Why blue light blocking lenses?

Blue light blocking glasses from Payne Glasses are designed to filter out and protect your eyes from HEV blue light. It will make screen time a lot more comfortable and help reduce digital eye strain.

We recognize that fashion will always be a consideration when buying eyewear. We have made sure that the Blue Light Blocking filter on our lenses is as natural as possible, so that it is not noticeable during everyday use. Therefore, no matter what your style is or how strong your Rx is, our selection of Blue Light blocking glasses will always meet your fashion needs while protecting your eyes.

Do I need blue light glasses?

We recommend blue light blocking lenses for anyone who is using television, computer, or phone screens for an extended period of time each day, especially for children, whose eyes are still developing, and maybe put at risk by extended exposure to HEV Blue Light. Therefore, we strongly recommend parents to buy blue light glasses for kids. Here at Payne Glasses, you can find all protection glasses you want: whether it's reading glasses or computer glasses, or whether it's prescription blue light glasses or non-prescription blue light glasses.

Blue light glasses: Do you need them?

We recommend blue light blocking lenses for anyone who is using television, computer, or phone screens for an extended period of time each day, especially for children, whose eyes are still developing, and maybe put at risk by extended exposure to HEV Blue Light. Therefore, we strongly recommend parents to buy blue light glasses for kids. Here at Payne Glasses, you can find all protection glasses you want: whether it's reading glasses or computer glasses, or whether it's prescription blue light glasses or non-prescription blue light glasses.

Non-Prescription Blue Light Glasses

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    Adele Cat-Eye Prescription Glasses - Clear

    Adele Cat-Eye

    $44.90 $19.99

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    Zen Square Prescription Glasses - Orange

    Zen Square

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Cabernet Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Brown

    Cabernet Cat Eye

    $57.90 $32.99

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    Neville Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Brown

    Neville Rectangle

    $42.90 $17.99

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    Dalton Geometric Prescription Glasses - Black

    Dalton Geometric

    $50.90 $25.99

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    Maple Oversized Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Maple Oversized Oval

    $41.90 $16.99

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    Lauren Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Lauren Oval

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Polly Oval Prescription Glasses - Green

    Polly Oval

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Hera Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Red

    Hera Cat Eye

    $41.90 $16.99

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    Alex Square Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Alex Square

    $50.90 $25.99

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    Dusk Classic Square Prescription Glasses - Brown

    Dusk Classic Square

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Lombard Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Brown

    Lombard Rectangle

    $52.90 $27.99

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    Stella Square Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Stella Square

    $41.90 $16.99

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    Maple Oversized Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Maple Oversized Oval

    $41.90 $16.99

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    Neville Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Brown

    Neville Rectangle

    $42.90 $17.99

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    Hope Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Hope Oval

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Hermes Browline Prescription Glasses - Black

    Hermes Browline

    $52.90 $27.99

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    Windsor Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Clear

    Windsor Rectangle

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Zen Square Prescription Glasses - Black

    Zen Square

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Osmond Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Black

    Osmond Rectangle

    $38.90 $13.99

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    Otis Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Otis Rectangle

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Sasha Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Blue

    Sasha Cat Eye

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Hazel Square Prescription Glasses - Black

    Hazel Square

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Dudley Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Dudley Oval

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Champ Round Prescription Glasses - Black

    Champ Round

    $59.90 $34.99

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    Wander Oval Prescription Glasses - Blue

    Wander Oval

    $47.90 $22.99

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    Eliza Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Purple

    Eliza Rectangle

    $52.90 $27.99

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Prescription Blue Light Glasses

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    Lyric Square Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Lyric Square

    $45.85 $38.51

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    Luella Oval Prescription Glasses - Purple

    Luella Oval

    $26.85 $19.51

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    Zemi Round Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Zemi Round

    $29.85 $22.51

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    Safari Oval Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Safari Oval

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Antonia Square Prescription Glasses - Black

    Antonia Square

    $40.85 $33.51

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    Nebula Round Prescription Glasses - Pink

    Nebula Round

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Morris Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Morris Rectangle

    $39.85 $32.51

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    Gallant Oval Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Gallant Oval

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Ingram Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Ingram Rectangle

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Halpin Classic Square Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Halpin Classic Square

    $29.85 $22.51

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    Adele Cat-Eye Prescription Glasses - Floral

    Adele Cat-Eye

    $32.85 $25.51

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    Maggie Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Red

    Maggie Cat Eye

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Dormont Round Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Dormont Round

    $26.85 $19.51

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    Panthera Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Panthera Rectangle

    $26.85 $19.51

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    Zen Square Prescription Glasses - Two-tone/Multi Color

    Zen Square

    $26.85 $19.51

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    Pippi Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Pink

    Pippi Cat Eye

    $40.85 $33.51

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    Jonas Geometric Prescription Glasses - Pink

    Jonas Geometric

    $32.85 $25.51

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    Fontella Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Purple

    Fontella Cat Eye

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Salvatore Browline Prescription Glasses - Black

    Salvatore Browline

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Alex Square Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Alex Square

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Shay Browline Prescription Glasses - Black

    Shay Browline

    $45.85 $38.51

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    Scotland Browline Prescription Glasses - Black

    Scotland Browline

    $44.85 $37.51

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    Cutler Browline Prescription Glasses - Black

    Cutler Browline

    $45.85 $38.51

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    Safari Oval Prescription Glasses - Tortoise

    Safari Oval

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Mercury Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Black

    Mercury Rectangle

    $33.85 $26.51

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    Easton Geometric Prescription Glasses - White

    Easton Geometric

    $38.85 $31.51

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    Simcoe Browline Prescription Glasses - Gray

    Simcoe Browline

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Toucan Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Black

    Toucan Rectangle

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Amity Oval Prescription Glasses - Black

    Amity Oval

    $43.85 $36.51

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    Amos Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Black

    Amos Rectangle

    $26.85 $19.51

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    Sanford Rectangle Prescription Glasses - Black

    Sanford Rectangle

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Berry Oval Prescription Glasses - Pink

    Berry Oval

    $35.85 $28.51

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    Sasha Cat Eye Prescription Glasses - Blue

    Sasha Cat Eye

    $35.85 $28.51

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How Can I Order Blue Light Blocking Glasses

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For Non-Prescription Blue Light Blocking glasses, simply choose the frame you like, then click the button labeled “Blue Light Blocking Glasses (Non-Rx)” and select "Non-Prescription Glasses" from the pop-up window.

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For Prescription Blue Light Blocking glasses, click the button labeled “Blue Light Blocking Glasses (Non-Rx)” and choose "Prescription Glasses" from the pop-up window. If you have any more requirements, please click “More Lens Options?”, then you will see the rest of the lens options.

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    FAQ

  • Do blue light glasses really work?

    Blue light blocking glasses have filters in their lenses that block or absorb blue light. That means if you use these glasses when looking at a screen, especially after dark, they can help reduce exposure to blue light waves that can keep you awake and also help reduce eye strain. However, some people do claim blue light from digital devices does not cause eyestrain. The problems people complain about are simply caused by the overuse of digital devices.

  • Are blue light glasses safe and effective?

    Blue light is high energy light which can cause damage to eyes and skin after using digital devices all day. But using blue light blocking glasses is a safe move and can never hurt eyes unless you filter and block light incorrectly. But different blue light glasses may not filter out the same amount of blue light, the least expensive one might block the most amount of blue light. Even though blue light glasses don't filter out all blue light, they do reduce exposure to blue-violet rays by 80 percent or more.

  • How much are blue light glasses?

    According to optometry offices, adding blue light blocking to prescription glasses cost $40-$60 at LensCrafters and $47-$125 at Pearle Vision, with nonprescription blue light glasses starting around $99. At Payne Glasses, prescription blue light glasses start at $29.90, while non-prescription blue light glasses start at $13.99.

  • Are blue light glasses necessary for kids?

    Study shows that overexposure to blue light due to screen media consumption can produce digital eye strain, headaches, and a lack of deep sleep in children. That's why it's quite important to get a pair of blue light glasses or computer glasses for your kids. Other than that, kids, in particular, can benefit from using blue light glasses. Because children may be at higher risk for blue light retinal damage than adults since children are still developing eyes so they may absorb more blue light than adults.

  • Are computer glasses the same as blue light glasses?

    Computer glasses can also be called blue light blocking glasses because they are both used to block or filter out blue light, eliminate eye strain, and help you sleep better. However, computer glasses might absorb less blue light than blue light blocking glasses or might cause blurring at further viewing distances because they are designed for closer vision. Therefore if you are wearing glasses then blue light blocking glasses are the preferable method of protection.

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  • Do blue light glasses really work?

    Blue light blocking glasses have filters in their lenses that block or absorb blue light. That means if you use these glasses when looking at a screen, especially after dark, they can help reduce exposure to blue light waves that can keep you awake and also help reduce eye strain. However, some people do claim blue light from digital devices does not cause eyestrain. The problems people complain about are simply caused by the overuse of digital devices.

  • Are blue light glasses safe and effective?

    Blue light is high energy light which can cause damage to eyes and skin after using digital devices all day. But using blue light blocking glasses is a safe move and can never hurt eyes unless you filter and block light incorrectly. But different blue light glasses may not filter out the same amount of blue light, the least expensive one might block the most amount of blue light. Even though blue light glasses don't filter out all blue light, they do reduce exposure to blue-violet rays by 80 percent or more.

  • How much are blue light glasses?

    According to optometry offices, adding blue light blocking to prescription glasses cost $40-$60 at LensCrafters and $47-$125 at Pearle Vision, with nonprescription blue light glasses starting around $99. At Payne Glasses, prescription blue light glasses start at $29.90, while non-prescription blue light glasses start at $13.99.

  • Are blue light glasses necessary for kids?

    Study shows that overexposure to blue light due to screen media consumption can produce digital eye strain, headaches, and a lack of deep sleep in children. That's why it's quite important to get a pair of blue light glasses or computer glasses for your kids. Other than that, kids, in particular, can benefit from using blue light glasses. Because children may be at higher risk for blue light retinal damage than adults since children are still developing eyes so they may absorb more blue light than adults.

  • Are computer glasses the same as blue light glasses?

    Computer glasses can also be called blue light blocking glasses because they are both used to block or filter out blue light, eliminate eye strain, and help you sleep better. However, computer glasses might absorb less blue light than blue light blocking glasses or might cause blurring at further viewing distances because they are designed for closer vision. Therefore if you are wearing glasses then blue light blocking glasses are the preferable method of protection.