Are Digital Devices Damaging your Skin?

Are Digital Devices Damaging your Skin?

What is Blue Light Effect

Blue light is a high energy, short wavelength light (HEV) that is not the same as UVA and UVB. Blue light comes from sun exposure and computer screens, mobile phones and other digital devices. Research has shown that blue light contributes to hyperpigmentation and collagen breakdown, leading to ageing skin.

The Solution

A few ingredients will help prevent blue light damage on the skin. For example, the latest research shows that Iron Oxide and Vitamin C will help defend the skin from further environmental damage and blue light exposure. In addition, most sunscreens contain Titanium Dioxide and Zinc that shield your skin from damaging sun, but they don't effectively protect you from blue light. Consequently, the latest is lots of antioxidants in your skincare regimen for healthy-looking skin.

Products to incorporate for a healthy-looking Skin

  • C Intense Serum for brightening with a high concentration of antioxidant properties, minimising Blue Light's effects, and promoting collagen production.
  • HydraCell Face Oil, a hydrating lightweight formula rich in antioxidants, will help prevent further environmental damage.
  • Hyaluronic Serum, containing niacinamide and peptide components, is necessary to complete a "re-boot" in skin health.
  • Daily Skin Tint BB Cream with iron oxides will give the skin a light coverage to cater for minor imperfections.
Prevention is the key word against further damage from the environment and digital device