Baxter Blue anti blue violet light glasses review, GIVEAWAY

Baxter Blue anti blue violet light glasses review

Baxter Blue glasses are non-prescription eyewear for children and adults designed to filter out blue violet light emitted by computers, tablets and smartphones.

The average person stares at a device for 10 hours a day. That’s a lot of time staring at the screen. And as you can see from the study here, there are a lot of bad effects with blue violet light exposure – to adults and kids.

This is the reason why the team at Baxter Blue came up with their blue violet light filtering glasses. Given that you can’t make people stop looking at screens, the glasses are the best option to reduce its negative effects on the body.

Here at Her Collective, we were given two glasses to try out – one for children and one for adults.

Baxter Blue anti blue violet light glasses review
All images from Baxter Blue.

After a week of trying them, here’s our experience:

The glasses were worn while watching all screens – TV, e-reader, iPads and iPhones. I always notice that my daughter’s personality changes when she has screen time of more than an hour. We limited her screen time during the week and every time she was on the screen she used the Baxter Blue anti blue violet light glasses. Usually on weekends, we notice her personality changes to something close to evil after an hour of screen time. But this time, with the glasses on, no heads rotated 360 degrees. There were no tantrums or energy slump.

I, on the other hand, use the glasses during my downtime, usually at night – after dinner’s been put away and the child is in bed. I play games on my phone while lying down on the couch. Hubby borrows the glasses every now and then when he’s on his iPad, too. We both noticed that the eye strain has been considerably lessened during the week of using the Baxter Blue glasses.

Baxter Blue anti blue violet light glasses will suit people who stare at the screen a lot – basically all of us. My only concern is that I use prescription glasses so I can’t use theirs on top of my own glasses when I’m on the computer during the day – well I could, but I’d look pretty funny.


Baxter Blue and Her Collective is giving away ONE pair of glasses for adults and ONE for kids.

All you have to do is:

What are you currently doing to minimise the effects of blue violet light? (Don’t forget to add if you want the Adult or Kids glasses).

This giveaway is open to Australian residents only. Competition ends October 4, 2017. Please see full terms and conditions.

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  • Truthfully, I been doing nothing. But now I’m back at work full time and in front of a computer all day, I need to do something!
    I’d love to try the Baxter Blue glasses in adult size.

  • I have an app on my computer, phone and iPad and I also wear those orange safety glasses at night to try and keep circadian rhythms in order but they’re so clunky and horrible that they’re not very practical and I couldn’t wear them to work without looking silly.

  • Hi! I’d love to win a pair of the children’s glasses. At the moment we limit screen time in our house and change the screen settings to the lowest blue light emitting mode, but I’m convinced that blue light is the cause of our headaches and migraines, so I’d love the chance to have a pair of these!

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