Avulux Migraine Glasses Review: Light Sensitivity Eyewear
My Avulux migraine glasses review is not influenced in any way. Avulux is light sensitivity eyewear that is different than the rest. I was given a pair of glasses in exchange for my honest opinion. After receiving them, I tried them in many different situations. I became an affiliate after trying them and falling in love. If you purchase you will get $15 off and I will be rewarded. I hope you like them and thank you!
After speaking with the Avulux team, I found out that there aren’t indoor or outdoor glasses. The migraine glasses are meant to help with ALL light.
How Avulux Glasses are Different
As opposed to rose-tinted glasses, Avulux has newly engineered grey-tinted lenses. With a huge increase in screen time this year, I wanted to try something new. My daughter stole my indoor glasses but my Avulux is good for all light. The Avulux team spent 8 years engineering a lens that would target specific wavelengths. The lenses function as a migraine preventative and treatment by filtering out the specific wavelengths of migraine-inducing light.
- The only clinically proven lens for managing the impact of light sensitivity caused by migraine.
- A patented precision lens technology that filters up to 97% of the most painful migraine triggering light in the blue, red, and amber spectrum while allowing in over 70% of soothing green light, which can relieve light sensitivity and its associated pain.
- Directly aligns with the most recent research linking specific wavelengths (or colors) of light to increased pain and light sensitivity.
- Can be used indoor and they also work well for outdoor use.
- Were designed by optical engineers, physicians, and researchers.
Light Sensitivity Eyewear
If you live with under 15 migraine days per month, put glasses on at the first signs of a migraine attack. If you live with chronic migraine, wear glasses continuously to prevent migraine attacks. It is recommended to wear Avulux for at least 2 weeks to experience the full benefits of your Avulux migraine glasses. The Avulux ‘for prescription’ frame options come with both a frame and titanium clip-on. The clip-on contains Avulux migraine lenses while the frame contains blank lenses that customers can replace with their own prescription at their local optometrist.
Benefits of Migraine Glasses
- No side effects
- No recurring costs
- Wear them indoors or outdoors
- Cute style
- Risk-free 60-day trial
- Avulux Coupon Code: MYMIGRAINELIFE (Website)
Avulux Migraine Glasses Review
After wearing them for many weeks, I can say that I like Avulux migraine glasses. They are different from what I’m used to but it was an easy switch. Using glasses helps me hugely in avoiding a spike in migraine attacks during the day. Managing my symptoms allows me to cut back on medication and I am hugely appreciative of any product that helps with that.
Where to Wear Migraine Glasses
I wear my Avulux mostly when I am working on the computer, scrolling through my phone, cooking in my kitchen, and running errands. Although they are meant for indoor and outdoor use, I typically need really dark sunglasses on sunny days. But on cloudy days, I find I squint my eyes without glasses and sunglasses are too dark and harmful. Avulux glasses will not dark adapt your eyes (you will not become more light-sensitive by wearing them).
I like that the frames are light because wearing glasses hurts my nose and ears if I wear them too long. The white cute style matches my casual work environment, aka my house. The glasses come with a sturdy case and cloth to clean the lenses. This may sound silly, but for someone who carries glasses everywhere, a case is really helpful. Additionally, having a cloth to keep my lenses clean.
Indoor and Outdoor Use
The other day, I had suntan lotion on my glasses and felt like I had blurry vision….a few wipes of my cloth, and my vision was clear. Oh, the life of a spoonie! After that, I went on a walk to the beach… It was a windy day with the sun coming in and out so I wore my Avulux. This picture is a great example of how I use my light sensitivity eyewear. I wear a hat to block the sun overhead. Then, I wear a hood to block the wind from the beach. I finish with glasses. Whether it is indoors or on a cloudy day, my Avulux is a good choice.
Thank you Avulux for allowing me to try and review the Lilu glasses.
If you would like to try them, please Avulux discount code MYMIGRAINELIFE