Do Blue-Light Glasses Work? Who Cares—They Look Hot.
Josiah Peña spent many hours staring at a computer screen for online classes during his senior year at San Jose State University, and he was facing even more screen time when he landed a remote internship in 2020.
That’s when he decided to order blue-light-blocking eyeglasses on Amazon . They soothe eye fatigue, some reviews said. They are snake oil, some doctors warned. At least most everyone agrees on one thing: They make you look really hot.
As soon as Mr. Peña, 24, got a wide pair with black frames to complement his self-described “big face,” co-workers and friends started pointing out how great he looked in them and asking, “Where did you get those?”
Mr. Peña thinks the glasses help with screen fatigue, but even if that’s all psychological and not backed by science, the glasses are worth the $25 price.
“I still use them quite often,” says Mr. Peña. “Sometimes I wear them when I go out because I like the look.”
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