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Blue-violet light glasses

Reviewed by Dr. Justin Asgarpour

Shield your eyes from UV and blue-violet light*, indoors and outdoors. Blue-Violet Filtering Lenses filter out the bad while letting in the good, to protect your eyes for the long term. Wear them while working, spending time outside, or relaxing.


*Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated byISO TR20772:2018

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What is blue-violet light?

The sun is the main source of blue-violet light (and also exposes us to UV light). Artificial light sources, such as digital screens and LED lights, also emit blue-violet light.

How do blue-violet light filtering lenses work?

Engineered to filter blue-violet light* from the sun and artificial light sources, while allowing beneficial light to pass through. Designed for protection during work-heavy days and exposure to sunrays.

Benefits of blue-violet light glasses

You can wear blu-violet light glasses pretty much all the time – they’ll protect your eyes from UV and blue-violet light* emitted from the sun and artificial light sources.

During long work hours

Prescription blue-violet light glasses are great for dedicated periods of work, whether you're at your desk or on your feet. Filter out blue-violet light* while providing the vision correction you need.

All-day benefits

The sun is the main source of our blue-violet light* exposure. If it's too dim to wear sunglasses, you can wear blue-violet light glasses outdoors to filter blue-violet light and UV rays.

Long-term eye protection

Blue-violet light* can put your eyes at risk of retinal cell damage[1]. UV light can cause health issues, such as cataracts. Blue-violet light glasses filter our blue-violet light and UV to support long-term eye health.

What to consider before getting blue-violet light glasses

Slight blue reflection on the lens surface

The blue-violet light filtering technology of the lens sometimes creates a subtle blue reflection on the lens surface. It's not very noticeable, but others may see it when looking at you in certain lighting conditions.

Slight yellow tint

May notice a slight yellow tint when lenses are placed against a white background. Can make colours appear warmer but won't greatly affect your vision, unless you require acute colour perception.

How to buy blue-violet light glasses online

Add BlueReflect™ or BlueReflect Plus™ lenses to any frames to create a custom pair of blue-violet light glasses.

1. Select your favourite frames

2. Enter your valid prescription (or skip for non-prescription glasses)

3. Choose Blue-Violet Filtering Lenses

Frequently asked questions

Our BlueReflect™ and BlueReflect Plus™ lenses are similar to clear lenses, but they have an additional benefit: to protect your eyes against UV and filter blue-violet light*, both indoors and outdoors.

You may notice a very slight yellow tint in your BlueReflect™ lenses if placed against a white background — this is completely normal and comes from the embedded filter in the lenses. There will also be a slight blue reflection on the surface of the lens (which means the glasses are doing their job!). 

BlueReflect Plus™ have an even stronger filter, and therefore a slightly more noticeable tint and blue reflection.

*Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated byISO TR20772:2018

Our blue-violet light filtering lenses can be worn pretty much any time you like, as they provide UV protection and blue-violet light* filtration both indoors and outdoors.

However, you should wear sunglasses when outdoors in bright conditions to ensure visual comfort and optimum clarity. We also recommend using a secondary pair of clear lenses when driving at night and when your true colour perception can't be compromised, for the absolute best vision. 

*Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated byISO TR20772:2018

Yes – blue-violet light glasses help protect your eyes from blue-violet light* and UV. They help to reduce oxidative stress on retinal tissue, which helps to preserve retinal health over the long term.[1]

BlueReflect™ Standard filters blue-violet light.

BlueReflect Plus™ filters blue-violet light. 

*Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated byISO TR20772:2018

Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated byISO TR20772:2018.

The sun is the main source of blue-violet light (and also exposes us to UV light). Artificial light sources, such as digital screens and LED lights, also emit blue-violet light. 

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1. Published in the peer-reviewed journal PlosOne in 2013: (Arnault, Barrau et al., PlosOne, 2013). https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0071398,  Published in the peer-reviewed journal Cell Death and Disease (Impact factor ~6). (Marie et al., Cell Death and Disease, 2018) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41419-018-0331-5

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Blue-Violet Light Glasses

Comfort during and after screen time. Our BlueReflect™ blue-violet light filtering lenses are an excellent option for those who look at their screens for many hours a day. They help de-stress your eyes at the end of a day, relieve headaches and migraines, alleviate eye strain and fatigue, reduce glare, and filter blue-violet light. Check out glasses frames at Clearly, add prescription to your lenses (or skip this step), and add BlueReflect™ blue-violet light filtering lenses.