Junior TheraSpecs

Research Proven: Precision-tinted lenses reduce migraine attacks by up to 74 percent1, ease light sensitivity, relieve eye strain and reduce headaches.
Protection: Based on FL-41 tint, TheraSpecs lenses block 80% of blue-green light associated with migraine, photophobia and other light-sensitive conditions.
Better Relief than Sunglasses: Wearing sunglasses indoors worsens light sensitivity over time2. By blocking only problematic light, TheraSpecs indoor lenses are lighter and offer more long-term relief from fluorescents and screens.
Sunlight and Glare Protection: TheraSpecs outdoor lenses provide better protection against bright sunlight than regular sunglasses. They are dark, polarized and 100% UVA/UVB.
Comfort: Kid-sized ultra-lightweight wraparound nylon frame offer great protection from all sides.
Guarantee: 9 out of 10 customers find relief with TheraSpecs. If you don’t like our glasses or experience the benefits, return them within 60 days for a full refund.
Buy an indoor and outdoor pair together and save $30! Select Combo (Indoor + Outdoor) below and the discount will be applied automatically.
Junior TheraSpecs

Junior TheraSpecs combine our proven precision-tinted lenses with a wraparound children's frame that provides maximum protection for children ages four to eight. They are made from the same lightweight, flexible nylon as our adult Wrap frames to ensure they are both comfortable and durable.

Indoor TheraSpecs are great for protection from fluorescent lighting and during screen time. Some people also like wearing them outdoors on overcast days. Outdoor TheraSpecs provide more relief than normal sunglasses for bright sunlight. Like all TheraSpecs, they:

  • Reduce headache and migraine frequency and intensity
  • Relieve painful light sensitivity and glare
  • Protect you from fluorescent lighting

Junior TheraSpecs come with a microfiber bag.

Junior TheraSpecs Indoor and Outdoor Combo Dimensions

1Good PA, Taylor RH, Mortimer MJ. “The use of tinted glasses in childhood migraine.” Headache. 1991 Sep.
2Digre, K. B. “Photosensitivity and the Headache and Migraine Patient.” American Migraine Foundation, 2015 July.