PSA: Your eyes are important, you should protect them!

On a daily basis the devices we use like computers and cell phones emit blue light, which is one reason why your eyes feel tired after staring at a bright screen. Between text, email, social media and whatever other computerized activities we take part in everyday, a lot of us spend a significant portion of the day with our faces inches away from a glowing screen. And those screens are emitting something called blue light, which is harmful to our retinas when exposed over long periods of time. Blue light is right next to UV on the light spectrum, and it works in a similar way. It can also lead to poor sleep by messing with the circadian rhythm of your sleep cycle. 

It’s important to take care of yourself and especially your eyes. The good news is, we have the just the fix to alleviate the strain on your eyes and keep you looking stylish in the process.

Prive Revauxs Anti Blue-Light Blocking Lenses are functional, fashionable and fitting. From JLO rocking The Alchemist all over town to Jamie Foxx in The Angelou to Alexa Collins in the MLK, these frames will protect your eyes while fitting in perfectly with your fashion sense.

Much like JLO, the The Alchemist leaves no stone unturned in the quest for discovery. What others consider impossible, they consider a worthy challenge. These frames are RX-able and can be brought to your local optician should you require prescription lenses.

 

Much like Jamie Foxx, Always changing and expanding, The Angelou, bares a voice that rises above even when all other beings are silent. Powerful and confident in their truth, The Angelou inspires others with a timeless wisdom that beats colorfully and aloud for the past, present and future.

 

 

 

The MLK is a leader, and people are listening. Just like the Man, don't be satisfied with the status-quo. Boycott normalcy, occupy your own space, and blaze your own trail. These frames are RX-able and can be brought to your local optician should you require prescription lenses.

 

 

 



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