Looking to reduce eye strain from staring at screens and possibly even sleep better at night? Blue light-filtering glasses could help. The Focus™ Eyewear lenses from Peepers filter more than 40 percent of high-energy visible blue light. Plus, they also offer the same level of UVA/UVB protection as sunglasses, keeping your eyes protected both inside and out.

Here are five pairs of stylish blue-light-filtering glasses that you’ll actually want to wear:

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Peepers Bravado

Peepers’ Bravado blue-light-blocking glasses

Do the Bravado blue-light-filtering glasses look familiar? You’ve probably spotted them on Oprah. These cool frames were her favorite pair for 2019, thanks to a flattering oversized shape and classy gold detailing. 

Peepers Bengal

Peepers Bengal Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Available in four fun tortoise print colors (pink, green, navy, and classic brown), you can get a pair of the affordable (just $25) Peepers Bengal frames to match every outfit. The thin temples and chic cat-eye shape will go with every style. 

Peepers Clark

Peepers Clark blue-light-blocking glasses

The unisex Clark style is one of the best-selling pairs of blue-light-filtering glasses by Peepers. The universally flattering shape looks good on both men and women, and has a classic design that will never go out of style. 

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Peepers Center Stage

Peepers Center Stage Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Center Stage is Peepers most popular frame, thanks to being featured as one of Oprah's Favorite Things. Now it's been upgraded to the blue light collection so you can get all the benefits of the Blue Light Focus Lenses technology in a stylish package.

Peepers To the Max

Peepers To The Max Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Want to go big with your look? The To the Max glasses put a retro spin on the trendy oversized style. Choose from colorful prints like pink quartz, or go neutral with a clear pair.

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Peepers Frontier

Peepers Frontier Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Available in classic black or tortoise, these timeless sunglasses will last you for life. Peepers Frontier sunglasses feature matte gunmetal pins on the frame fronts for a slightly modern touch. Like all of the sunglasses styles from Peepers, on these you can choose from no correction polarized lenses, full reading, or bifocal sunglasses.

Peepers Heatwave

Peepers Heatwave sunglasses

Love the classic aviator-style but hate the heavy frames that most have? Peepers Heatwave sunglasses are made from a metal/polycarbonate blend that keeps things lightweight. With a double-bridge and mirrored lenses, you’ll be Top Gun 2 ready in no time.

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Peepers Nantucket

Peepers Nantucket Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Get a stylish sunglasses frame that looks designer, for just $25. Peepers Nantucket sunglasses are made from an ultra-light (yet durable) polycarbonate material that will last you for many summers to come. 

Jet Set

Peepers Jet Set Blue-Light-Filtering Glasses

Get that true jetsetter look with Peepers Jet Set sunglasses. At just $25 a pair, you could pack the red, taupe, and tortoise versions of these to change up your look in all your vacation photos—and still have spending money for your trip.

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Center Stage

Peepers Center Stage sunglasses

The Center Stage style was one of the most popular reading glasses frames by Peepers, and they’re now available as vibrant sunglasses. Available in lots of fun colors, it’s easy to see why these sunglasses are one of Oprah’s favorites.  

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