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Cyxus Blocking Harmful Blue Light [Anti Eye Fatigue] [Sleep Better] [Easy to Install] Thinnest (0.2mm) 9H Hardness Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Apple iPhone 6S (iPhone6s 4.7")

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Brand Cyxus
Material Tempered Glass
Screen Size 4.7 Inches
Compatible Devices Apple iPhone 6s 4.7", Apple iPhone 6s, Apple iPhone6s
Compatible Phone Models Apple iPhone 6s 4.7", Apple iPhone 6s, Apple iPhone6s
Pencil Lead Degree (Hardness) 9H

About this item

  • Cyxus Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 6s 4.7 inch
  • Filter harmful blue light and UV rays from your device, which can lead to eye-strain and eye-fatigue. Promote healthy melation levels for better sleep. Protect your eyes and your sleep schedule
  • Made of real Premium 9H hardness tempered glass with 2.5D rounded edge, so it is firm enough to prevent scratches, scrape and crack. Protect your screen from scratches to high impact drops.
  • High Definition Transparency Film that ensures maximum resolution for Display. TruTouch Sensitivity for a natural feel that provides flawless touch screen accuracy
  • Easy to Install with self-adhesive silicone and bubbles-free/no Residue

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What is Blue Light? Devices with LED screens release a form of invisible blue light. Blue light is desirable to device manufacturers because of its efficiency and power.

Cyxus Protect Your Eyes
Cyxus blue light filter screen protector can effectively block harmful blue light , which can lead to eye fatigue and eye strain.

Blue Light can Lead to Lose Sleep.
Studies show that people who use their devices before bed have a harder time falling asleep and staying asleep. Because the strong blue light rays from your device instruct the brain to stay awake by suppressing melatonin production. When melatonin is released it is responsible for starting the natural sleep cycle, interfering with the production of melatonin can cause poor sleep.

Improving Sleeping
Cyxus blue light filter screen protectors work by reducing the blue light rays you are exposed to from your devices, you can still enjoy your device from the comfort of your bed and get a restful deeper sleep.

The Harmful Effect of the UV/Blue Light
Devices with LED screens release a form of invisible UV, which can make your skin dry,cause the melanin precipitation on your face.

Cyxus Protect Your Skin
Cyxus blue light filter screen protector can effectively protcet against UV rays ang blue light from your device.

The Harmful Effect of the Radiation
A nearly-10-year-long study by radiation lab has concluded that cellphones may cause brain cancer, headaches or disturbed sleep in adults.Long-term and low-intensity radio frequency exposure from mobile devices considered dangerous to pregnant women and kids.

Anti-Radiation
Cyxus blue light filter screen protector can absorpt and transfor the electromagnetic radiation from your device.


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