ROHTO® DIGI-EYE ™ AT A GLANCE:

  • Provides relief from dryness, redness, and irritation
  • Immediately works upon application
  • Provides fast-acting, cooling relief
  • Soothes eyes up to 8 hours
  • Distinctive pink color from vitamin B12

There is an endless amount of content online, on your phone and streaming to your TV. And it’s becoming a bit of a problem. According to The Vision Council, digital eye strain is the physical discomfort felt after two or more hours in front of a digital screen. Every day, close to 90% of people nationwide use digital devices for two or more hours. And nearly 60% use them for five or more.

This prolonged screen time can lead to:

  • Dryness, redness and irritation of the eyes
  • Lower blink rate
  • Blurry vision

ROHTO® DIGI-EYE ™ AT A GLANCE:

  • Provides relief from dryness, redness, and irritation
  • Immediately works upon application
  • Provides fast-acting, cooling relief
  • Soothes eyes up to 8 hours
  • Distinctive pink color from vitamin B12

There is an endless amount of content online, on your phone and streaming to your TV. And it’s becoming a bit of a problem. According to The Vision Council, digital eye strain is the physical discomfort felt after two or more hours in front of a digital screen. Every day, close to 90% of people nationwide use digital devices for two or more hours. And nearly 60% use them for five or more.

This prolonged screen time can lead to:

  • Dryness, redness, and irritation of the eyes
  • Lower blink rate
  • Blurry vision

You vs. Blue: How Blue light causes digital eye strain

Almost all digital devices we use have light-emitting diodes. You might better know them as LED’s. These diodes radiate a blue wave-length light—a light that can be a real pain in large doses, leading to the discomfort we know as digital eye strain. And that’s why we designed Rohto® Digi-Eye ™. To help relieve symptoms of eye strain like dryness or irritation, so you can continue to enjoy all things digital

Why all the blue light?

Because References.

The Vision Council. Eyes Overexposed: The Digital Device Dilemma. 2016 Digital Eye Strain Report.

The Vision Council 2015 Digital Eye Strain Report and data extrapolated from US 2010 census

Photochemistry and Photobiology. “Effects of Light-emitting Diode Radiations on Human Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells In Vitro.” March 2013. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1751-1097.2012.01237.x/abstract

The University of Alabama at Birmingham. “Debunking digital eyestrain and blue light myths.” https://www.uab.edu/news/youcanuse/item/7258-debunking-digital-eyestrain-and-blue-light-myths