Done with migraine and sleepless nights triggered by the blue light in smartphones and co! And please, done with ugly reading glasses. The brand THE BOOK CLUB EYEWEAR is taking the reading glasses market by storm offering affordable, trendy and sustainable styles. All frames are BPA-free and the glasses come with a revolutionary blue-light blocker technology. The latest collection MINI-FINGS is for fashion readers and smombies a real must-have.


Blue light, what is this? Blue wavelengths occur naturally in the light spectrum and are beneficial during the day, boosting attention, reaction times and mood. Blue light contains more energy than warmer colours such as reds and oranges. Digital Screens emit artificial blue light, all day every day. And we can’t tear ourselves away.

Why is this bad? Blue light itself is not bad. However the prolific use of screens in our day to day lives (53% of Americans report using two digital devices Simultaneously, The Vision Council), along with energy efficient lighting (LED and florescent light emit higher amounts of blue light than incandescent globes) is increasing our exposure to blue wavelengths, particularly at night. Blue light (over other light colours) causes the most upset to our circadian rhythms by supressing melatonin and impacting restful sleep patterns.


The Book Club +0 Screen lenses cuts down blue-light absorption by 30%, limiting the over exposure to blue light emitted from screens and indoor lighting around the clock. Experts suggest that with no blue light protections, people should not to look at bright screens two to three hours before going to bed.  Tbh, no one is following that rule though, are they? Short sleep has also been linked to an increased risk of depression, as well as diabetes and cardiovascular problems (Harvard Health 2012: 2015)


Regular blue light exposure throughout the day give you will a natural boost for alertness, but when you’re lying in bed with one eye on your phone, or staring at your computer day in day out in that fluro lit workspace- we want to help.

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