Rest easy with this blue light filter for your iPhone

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Daily DealsTop storiesDon't let your phone keep you up with this blue light filter.Protect your sleep with this blue light filter for iPhones.
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The blue light coming from your phone might be the reason you struggle to get to sleep at night. Filter up to 90% of blue light with an Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector, available for up to 52% off for your iPhone 7/8, 11/XR, 7/8 Plus, SE, 11 Pro Max/XS Max, 12 Mini, and 12 Pro.

If you’ve ever found yourself staying awake long into the night looking at your phone, it’s probably in-part due to the blue light your phone screen is emitting. Blue light has been proven to boost your attention and reaction time, the exact thing you don’t need when you’re trying to get a healthy night’s sleep. Many phones have a built-in blue light filter or tint to help you fall asleep, but those actually hurt more than help sometimes by replacing blue light with yellow, which can also keep you awake.

If you want to use your phone in bed without forcing your brain to stay awake, you need a real blue light filter. The Ocushield is a MHRA Class 1 Medical device that is the first in the world to get a medical rating to filter out blue light. It’s made of premium tempered glass, so your phone will be as safe as your eyes. It doesn’t change the color of your screen, and best of all, it filters 90% of the blue light coming from your phone. Recommended by Tech Wellness and rated 4.3 stars on Amazon, this is the filter you want if you plan on using your phone in bed. Plus, it was designed and developed by actual optometrists, the exact people you’d want to have designing something to protect your eyes and your health.

If you want to start improving your sleep without losing any of your phone’s functionality, get an Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector for iPhone 7/8, 11/XR, 7/8 Plus, SE, 12 Mini, or 12 Pro for $29.99 or for the 11 Pro Max/XS Max for $32.

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