Defend against digital eye strain*
Genuine Eyezen lenses are available through your eyecare professional. Consult with your eyecare professional if you have any questions about authenticity.
Eyezen lenses are available in three options: Eyezen 1, Eyezen 2, or Eyezen 3. Ask your eyecare professional what design is best for you.
Eyezen lenses help to defend against strain on the eyes from extended use of digital devices. They also block at least 20% of Harmful Blue Light emitted from phones, tablets, televisions, computers, and more.
Warranties on Eyezen lenses vary among eyecare professionals, so be sure to ask your eyecare professional about his/her specific coverage and policies.
Eyezen lenses block at least 20% of Harmful Blue Light rays. Our precision-engineered lenses let beneficial Blue-Turquoise Light pass through while deflecting a significant amount of the dangerous Blue Light.
Blue Light is part of the visible light spectrum. It comes from the sun, as well as artificial light sources like digital screens and fluorescent lights. This type of light gets absorbed deep in the eye, making it one of the most intense forms of visible light to humans.
Harmful Blue Light may contribute to the development of certain eye conditions and is believed to increase the risk of age-related macular degeneration.
The small type and pixelated images on digital devices force our eyes to work harder in order to focus. This can be hard on your eyes and may cause digital eye strain—even if you don’t currently wear glasses.
Eye strain can occur when eyes get tired from intense use. One of the most common causes of eye strain is looking at a computer screen for extended periods of time—known as digital eye strain.
Although your eyes are capable of focusing on screens all day, they really weren’t designed for hours and hours of up-close focusing day after day. Eyezen lenses are enhanced to do some of the work for your eyes—resulting in less eye strain.
CLEANING MY LENSES
Your eyesight and vision are critical to your overall health and well-being. It is recommended that you have a comprehensive eye exam annually and consult your eyecare professional on the best lens option for you.
* For Eyezen+ designs 1, 2, and 3. Ask your eyecare professional what design is best for you.