Out of concern for our customers and team members, some items may take 1-2 days longer than expected to arrive.
How long will it take for my order to arrive?
We ship all our orders every morning Monday - Friday. The arrival time will depend on the shipping option you chose at checkout. You can learn more about shipping options here.
I received a damaged product, how do I get a replacement?
Please contact us and we will help resolve this issue promptly.
Polarized lenses reduce glare from bright sun and flat surfaces, offering a clearer image and reducing eye fatigue over long periods outside. This can be great at the beach or when driving. The lens is coated in a special filter that blocks intense reflected light.
Polarized lenses are not the same thing as UV lenses, which protect your eyes from sun damage.
You can shop all of our polarized styles here.
How do I clean my sunglasses?
How do I know if the sunglasses are the right size?
We recommend using our size chart which is located on the product page. If you have a pair of sunglasses/glasses that fit you well and are comfortable, try finding a new frame with the same or similar measurements. You can also learn more about finding the right pair of sunglasses here.
What emits blue light?
Why wear blue light glasses?
Excessive exposure to blue light can send mixed signals to your built-in body clock, telling your brain it’s daytime even in the late PM hours. For many, the result is insomnia, difficulty staying asleep, irregular sleep patterns, tense dream states, and/or chronic exhaustion.
Wearing blue light glasses can help decrease your exposure to the blue light emitted from screens.
How do I know the glasses are blue light protecting?
All WearMe Pro glasses are tested with a blue light laser pen to ensure they provide blue light protection. To see how we perform the test, you can see our YouTube video. Although some blue light glasses do have a blue or yellow tint, we wanted to provide a better user experience and removed all tinting from our lenses. The blue light polymer is directly placed into the clear lens. Your glasses still have blue light protection, you just no longer have to sacrifice fashion for functionality