We live in the digital age, when even kids spend a significant part of their day in front of a screen. Unfortunately, the extra blue light from screens is difficult for human eyes to filter out. Here’s how to choose the right pair of blue-light filtering glasses for your kids.
This comes in 16 different colors, and they’re all break-resistant. Azorb
When it comes to glasses for the younger set, look for a pair that utilizes a flexible material like silicone at key “breaking” points like the temple joints. It’ll save you money in the long run if you don’t have to replace broken glasses.
A Pair and a Spare
These are made of bendable plastic and have a silicone nose pad for comfort. AHXLL
Everyone needs a pair of backup glasses—especially kids. If you can, buy multiple pairs because you know your kid is going to lose one of them ASAP, only for it to show up a month from now in the bottom of her sock drawer.
These feature full silicone construction for flexibility and lightweight wear. DeBuff
Blue-light blocking glasses used to look boring at best, and truly ugly at worst. Thank goodness that’s not the case anymore! They now come in every color of the rainbow, so you’re sure to be able to find a pair your child will like wearing. (Or at least not hate wearing.)