UV (Ultra Violet) & HEV (High Energy Visible-Blue Light)
Exposure to UVA can hurt your central vision. It can damage the macula, a part of the retina at the back of your eye.
UV-BThe front of your eye (the cornea and the lens) absorbs most UV-B rays, these rays may cause even more damage to your eyes than UV-A rays.
UV-CThese rays are mostly absorbed by the atmosphere, without protection, can cause eye damage.
HEV - BLUE LIGHTHigh Energy Visible Blue Light is high-frequency light that is indicated by experts as a cause of age-related macular degeneration.