EyeScience® Digital Blue Light Formula™2021-08-16T14:21:42-04:00

EyeScience® Digital Blue Light Formula


Vitamins for the Relief of Eye Strain and Fatigue!

The EyeScience® Digital Blue Light Formula is an advanced ocular supplement developed to target heavy technology users and help reduce eye strain and eye fatigue from the inside out. This formula provides the trifecta of carotenoids for the eyes: Lutein, Zeaxanthin and Astaxanthin* which have been shown to cross the blood-retina barrier. These carotenoids reduce oxidative stress to the retina and macular cells, protecting the eyes.

EyeScience® Digital Blue Light Formula

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In today’s tech-driven world, the average person spends more than half of their day looking at a screen. Digital devices produce blue light and the prolonged exposure to this can cause eye fatigue and may even impact sleep patterns.

The blue light from digital devices penetrates the macula of the eye. This portion of the eye is responsible for the quality and sharpness of your vision. Exposure to blue light may cause short-term effects such as eye fatigue and strain, and over time, can contribute to loss of ocular function.

EyeScience Digital Blue Light Formula was created with heavy technology users in mind. The product can help reduce eye strain and eye fatigue, working from the inside out. The formula contains three integral carotenoids for the eyes – Astaxanthin, Lutein and Zeaxanthin*, which has been shown to cross the blood-retina barrier. These three carotenoids may reduce oxidative stress to the retina and macular cells, protecting the eyes.**

  • Digital blue light can cause eye fatigue and strain short-term and contribute to loss of ocular function long-term**
  • Contains the ideal carotenoid combination for digital eye health: Zanthin Natural Astaxanthin, Lutein and Zeaxanthin; may reduce oxidative stress to the retina and macular cells, which is linked to age-related macular degeneration**
  • Helps fight digital eye fatigue and protect from blue light induced retinal damage and macular degeneration**
  • Non-GMO, gluten free, allergen free, vegetarian
  • Manufactured in the USA


Take one (1) softgel daily or as directed by your healthcare professional.

* Zanthin from Astaxanthin Complex, a registered trademark of Valensa International

** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

ProductEyeScience® Digital Blue Light Formula™
ManufacturerEyeScience Labs
Daily Dosage1 Softgel
Natural Astaxanthin (AstaREAL®)
(from Haematococcus Pluvialis algae extract)
Lutein (FloraGLO®)4mg
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)180mg
Vitamin E (as d-alpha-Tocopherol)30mg
Zinc (as Zinc Oxide)22.5mg
Copper (as Copper Gluconate)1mg
What Causes computer eye fatigue/strain?2019-11-26T20:07:04-05:00

Computer Screen:
Characters on a computer screen do not have sharp edges compared to printed ones. The pixels are brightest at the center and decreases in intensity towards the edges, this makes it very difficult for our eyes to maintain focus. Trying to focus extensively does not allow the eye muscles to move frequently and this leads to eye strain, burning, and fatigue.
Computer users usually have a fixed posture and gazing constantly at a computer screen from a close distance leads to convergence fatigue.

Image Clarity:
Lack of image clarity often makes a computer user  stare more intensely in an effort to focus.

Glare from reflections and overhead lights or light coming through windows and bouncing off screens tires the eyes.

Blinking is important for spreading of tears to form an even film on the eye surface. Inadequate blinking causes the eyes to become dry and irritated. Infrequent blinking causes the tear film in our eyes to evaporate. While a person blinks 15 times per minute, the blink rate comes down to 5 times in a minute when working on a computer.

What Can Be Done To Reduce Computer eye fatigue/strain?2019-11-26T19:56:52-05:00

Anyone who has more than occasional discomfort should have a thorough eye check with an eye specialist. Apart from this a few precautions could reduce computer eye fatigue/strain.

Screen Distance:
Ideally the monitor should be at a distance of 16-30 inches from the eyes depending on the size of your screen. Adjust the height of the computer table or the chair so that the middle of the screen is 15-20 degrees below eye level and always try to use an ergonomic chair as it helps in reducing neck and back pains in users.

Avoid Air Drafts:
Avoid sitting in front of a fan or an air conditioner facing its air draft while working on a computer.

Reducing Glare:
Position your computer screen so that the windows are to the side rather than the back or front. Using glare filter screens on monitors are helpful.

Blink More:
Make a conscious effort to blink more often. Try to blink every time you make a click with the mouse or every time you hit “ENTER”. Alternately, you could try the suggested formula 20:20:20. That is, every 20 minutes for 20 seconds blink 20 times.

Use Eye Lubrication:
Eyes become dry and irritated by working for long hours on the computer. Lubricating eye drops help in reducing eye strain and redness, provides soothing effect to he eyes and releaves irritation.

Take A Break:
Take a five minute break for every thirty minutes of work on your computer.

If you experience any of the following do not hesitate to consult your ophthalmologist.

Burning eyes, double vision, eye fatigue or tiredness, blurry distance vision when looking up from the monitor, dry, tired, or sore eyes, when you need to squint to focus on the screen, neck, shoulder, or back pain, when it seems that the letters on the screen run together, headaches during or after working at the computer, when driving or during night vision is worse after using a computer, when you see “halos” around objects on the screen, and when you need to interrupt work frequently to rest eye.

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