Eye strain might be linked to harmful blue light
Screen-related eye strain may be caused by three factors: posture, which becomes uncomfortable and rigid in front of smaller devices; distance from the screen, requiring your eyes to strain if too close; and intensity and brightness. Eye-strain symptoms may be caused by prolonged exposure to screens, each of which gives off blue light. A great deal of this light is also given off by the sun. Protection when going outside is thus very important.
Overexposure to this blue light may quickly make you feel eye strain and cause a general drop in energy.
Eyezen+ lenses are designed for connected life
Protect your eyes from blue light and prevent eye strain with advanced-technology Eyezen+ lenses. These lenses reduce the visual tension caused by your digital devices while also protecting against blue light. Treat your eyes to the comfort they deserve with the solution designed especially for a connected lifestyle.
Explore our lenses
The line of task-specific progressive lenses
Plus, enjoy screen distance personalization for maximum comfort and natural posture.*
Get relief from eye strain
Take good care of your vision by consulting a specialist and ask for lenses designed for your connected life. Your eyes deserve relief from the uncomfortable symptoms of eye strain. Eyezen+ lenses are the solution to tired eyes, plus they protect your eyes from blue light.
WANT TO BUY ESSILOR LENSES?
Find an eyecare professional. Enter your postal code below to find a location near you.
*Cheng D, Schmid KL, Woo GC, Drobe B., “Randomized trial of effect of bifocal and prismatic bifocal spectacles on myopic progression: three-year results of a randomized clinical trial, 2014”, JAMA Ophthalmol. doi:10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2013.762 / In the 3-year trial, an average 51% reduction of myopia progression was seen in children wearing prismatic bifocal lenses versus children wearing single vision lenses