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Eye strain ends here.

Eco-friendly blue light blocking glasses that protect your eyes from harmful blue light emitted by digital screens.

Eye strain ends here.

Eco-friendly blue light blocking glasses that protect your eyes from harmful blue light emitted by digital screens.

We use screens all day, every day. Our eyes aren't designed for it.

We now spend more than 11+ hours a day, on average, in front of digital devices. It’s one reason why more than 60 million people worldwide suffer from digital eye strain. Blue light exposure from prolonged screen time also contributes to 1 in 3 people globally not getting enough sleep.

You may experience the following while using screens:

Eye strain
& dry eyes

Headaches
& tension

Sleep cycle
disruption

Mental &
physical fatigue

LUMES blue light glasses can help

Your first line of defence against digital eye strain

The same way that sunglasses shield your eyes from harmful UV rays, LUMES blue light glasses can help to protect your eyes from screens.

No more eye strain or dry eyes

Prevent headaches

Narcolepsy, sleep, mental health, disorder, mental illness, night, paralysis

Improve sleep quality

Young woman wearing LUMES Palmer Midnight

Why LUMES are different better

Colin van den Bosch wearing LUMES Palmer

More effective than the competition

Unlike other brands, our top-of-the-range CR-39 lenses:

  • Block up to 40% of blue light at 430nm and up to 100% at 350-400nm
  • Include an Anti-Reflective coating which deflects 99.9% of glare and light reflections, a common cause of eye fatigue

Eco-friendly materials

Biodegradable. Recyclable. Reduced CO2 emissions. We craft our glasses with planet-friendly bio-acetate because they're our best chance for a sustainable future.

Safano Cotino wearing LUMES Danvers Sunset
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Designer quality without the markup

The LUMES collection is made from premium acetate and designer stainless steel. By avoiding traditional channels we can offer our high quality, stylish frames without the additional retailer markup.


Thousands of happy eyes and counting...

Verified reviews from real customers.

Azina L.

"I sleep so much better now!"

"Nice glasses, fit really well. Help me a lot with my headaches and I sleep so much better now."

Marsida M.

"I love my LUMES blue light glasses"

"Fashionable and great quality. I got my order very quickly after my purchase. Strongly recommend."

Riordan V.

"No more eye strain and less dry eyes"

"My eyes used to get really dry. LUMES really help. No eye strain and less dry eyes. They are just perfect."

FAQ

  • Can anyone wear blue light glasses (even if I don’t need prescription glasses)?

    Of course! If you have 20/20 vision and don’t need to wear prescription glasses, you can still suffer from digital eye strain due to prolonged screen use. Blue light blocking glasses can help to make looking at screens easier on your eyes by eliminating glare and filtering out high-energy visible light from your screen. Think about it this way: sunglasses protect your eyes from the sun's UV rays, computer glasses protect your eyes from the blue light from screens.

  • What is blue light? And why is too much screen time bad for me?

    Blue light is not just emitted by computers and LED lights - it’s actually all around us. In fact, sunlight is the main source of blue light. When you walk outside during the daytime, you’re exposed to blue light.

    Light is measured in wavelength, the units of which are nanometers (nm) and millimetres (mm). Visible light has a wavelength range in the region of 400 to 760nm, with high energy visible (HEV) light falling somewhere between 400 - 500nm. It’s called high energy visible light because the blue/violet band of the visible spectrum has a particularly high frequency.

    Our eyes are not really designed to be good at blocking blue light. That’s why blue light has been linked to something called Computer Vision Syndrome, a condition which encompasses a range of symptoms including headaches, blurred vision and eye strain amongst others.

    Blue light can also disrupt your natural sleep cycle. Blue light tells your body when we need to be awake - at sunrise for example. However, when you are exposed to artificial blue light it can affect your physiology in unnatural ways. Studies show that looking at screens can interfere with the production of melatonin, the chemical responsible for helping you sleep.

  • Do LUMES reduce glare from screens?

    Glare emitted from different sources of light such as digital screens, artificial light and even sunlight. It usually makes you squint your eyes and can give you a headache - especially if you view bright screens in a dark room. It’s one of the main causes of Digital Eye Strain (DES) and can lead to symptoms such as dry eyes, blurred vision, and headaches.

    LUMES lenses have an Anti-Glare Coating which reduces the buildup of reflections on the front surface of the lens and prevents 99.9% of glare from entering your eyes. This keeps your eyes feeling relaxed and sharpens the optical quality of your screen.

    Tip: we always recommend doing computer work in a brightly lit room to reduce the unpleasant effects of glare.

  • Can I wear LUMES when I’m not in front of a screen?

    Yes! We designed LUMES to be comfortable to wear at all times—whether you’re at home, the office or on the go. Of course, you’ll see the real benefits of our glasses when you’re in front of your laptop, tablet or phone.

  • How do I know if LUMES will fit me?

    Our frames are specifically designed to fit a wide variety of face shapes. You can find the measurements of our frames on each individual product page. They will be listed in the format lens diameter - bridge width - arm length (e.g. 52 - 20 - 145). All measurements are represented in millimetres.

    We encourage you to try out our Instagram Virtual Try On which can be found on the product pages to see which style best suits your face shape!

Beautiful eyewear to protect your eyes from screens