Blue Light Regulates the Circadian Rhythm

Although its focus is at 460 nanometers, blue light’s wavelengths fall between 380-495 nanometers. Because of this, it has the highest energy of all visible light. It is most commonly found in sunlight and is necessary for energizing us as well as regulating our circadian rhythms.

Smartphones Emit the Most Blue Light

In our modern, technology-driven society, LED lighting and LCD computer screens mean we have more exposure to blue light than ever before. Smartphones emit the highest levels of blue light as compared to other devices, and because we hold them so close to our faces, the exposure is maximized.

Blue Light Goes Deeper Than UV

Blue light penetrates to the back of the eye, where it triggers nerves and can cause damage to the eye or eyestrain.

*Did you know aging causes the crystalline lens to yellow, offering protection against blue light? Kids, unfortunately don’t have that benefit.

A Direct Connection to the Brain

Unlike rods and cones, these retinal ganglion cells (pRGCs) in the eye have no relationship to vision. Instead, they connect to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, which is responsible for regulating the body’s circadian rhythm. These cells, activated by blue light, are one of the main reasons that scientists believe there is a connection between blue light and our circadian rhythms.


Because Rubbing Doesn’t Always Help

JINS SCREEN is for those who spend long hours looking at computer screens and other gadgets. It filters out 25% of eyestrain-causing blue light while at the same time being clear so you can see normally and be seen normally.



A 2011 clinical study conducted by JINS and Keio University showed a significant difference in the decrease of Critical Flicker Frequency (CFF), an index used to measure eyestrain. Subjects wearing JINS SCREEN exhibited a smaller reduction in baseline CFF, meaning their eyes were less strained.

Read the full report here.



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The vivid graphics and deliberate design of KIXEYE’s games mean hours in front of a screen, tweaking lines of code. After all that, there’s still playtesting to be done, which means hours more spent in front of a screen. All those hours mean eyestrain-induced headaches for KIXEYE staff.

My headache was gone!

"Yesterday I didn't wear my JINS SCREEN and then around 4 PM I started getting a headache. So I put them on and almost instantly my headache started going away! For someone who didn't really know they were experiencing eyestrain, I guess I was."

Jeanie St. Martin
Marketing Coordinator, KIXEYE


Because Everyone Deserves to Dream

JINS SCREEN NIGHT is for those who spend late nights surfing, tweeting and texting on a tablet or other mobile device. It filters out 60% of melatonin-reducing blue light, which is just enough to help you get the regenerative sleep you deserve.



A 2015 study conducted by Keio University showed that wearing JINS SCREEN NIGHT increases production of the sleeping hormone, melatonin, and therefore improves sleep quality and sleep duration.

Read the full report here.




Prescription or Non-prescription

Start with any of our 1,200 frames and add JINS SCREEN.
You could be protecting your eyes in as little as two weeks





As a marketing professional that works for Microsoft, I usually have several things I need to do on my computer before bed. For example, I like to organize my calendar for the following day so I can start my day as soon as I get to the office. I also like to catch up on some more personal things like personal emails and social media. All that adds up to a lot of screen time right before bed!

I find JINS SCREEN NIGHT to be incredibly effective!

"I used to spend at least an hour on my phone before going to bed - answering emails or catching up with the news. The problem is, I ended up not being able to sleep for at least 30-45 minutes afterwards. After wearing these glasses, I was able to continue this nightly routine and then fall asleep almost right away. I am very happy!"

Nisha Baxi
Consumer Channels Lead, Microsoft



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