Avoid the harm of blue light

Avoid the harm of blue light

You may think that you do not need to use sunscreen every day during this period when many of us are at the screen all day long. But did you know that some of the ingredients in sunscreen creams also protect your skin from blue light? How can we minimize the negative effects of online meetings and the series we watch on our skin? Irmak Peltekoğlu researched.

Avoid the harm of blue light

1 – The importance of sunscreens

Dermatologists both in our country and abroad underline the importance of using sunscreen cream every day. But if you are not going out, you may think that you do not need to apply sunscreen on your skin. However, according to experts, the amount of blue light we receive when we stay in sunlight for 15 minutes is the same as the amount of light we receive when we stay under an LED light for 1 hour *. Radiated by the sun UVA / UVB In addition to the rays, digital screens can also cause redness, bloating and tone inequality on your skin. HEV radiating rays **. Blue light emitted by the indispensable screens of the modern world, one of the most important factors of tone inequalities and crease formation in the skin, penetrates deeper than the harmful UV rays of the sun. permanent damage Leaves.

*Assoc. Dr. Göktuğ Demirci

** Associate Professor Levent Akçay

 

2 – New threat HEV rays

In addition to UVA / UVB rays, it is a content that protects your skin against HEV rays with its anti-aging properties. Indian ginseng You can minimize damage to your skin with sunscreen creams formulated with protective ingredients such as. With Indian ginseng, also called Withania somnifera, you can not only protect your skin from HEV rays emitted by blue screens, but also revitalize your skin and strengthen the protection barrier against external factors.

3 – Ways to protect sensitive eye area from blue light

According to research, blue light is one of the most important factors that cause premature aging of our skin. Blue rays, which we are exposed to at night, cause our skin to think that it is daytime during the period when it regenerates under normal conditions. the glasses You can take advantage of. In addition, with products such as Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Supercharged Complex Synchronized Recovery eye cream specially designed to minimize the damage of blue light, you will get help against dark circles, which is the return of looking at too many screens while protecting your sensitive eye environment from the harmful effects of blue lights.

*Euronews

4 – Goodbye to tonal inequalities

In order to minimize the damage of blue light, which has effects such as melasma and hyper pigmentation, to your skin, you can first start by reducing your screen brightness and using headphones in your phone calls. You can also find solutions to the spots and tone inequalities created by blue light with the C E Ferulic Acid Serum, which is composed of Vitamin C and ferulic acid, which is known for its skin brightening and tone equalizing properties. You can protect your skin with this serum, which has been awarded by Harper’s Bazaar 2020 Anti-Aging Award with its 41% vitamin C and ferulic acid content.

 

5 – No to fine wrinkles

Do not forget to moisten your skin deeply against blue light damage, which accelerates the formation of fine wrinkles by reducing collagen production in the skin, especially during these days when we spend a lot of time on the screen. To do this, you can take advantage of the Glamglow DREAMDUO dual mask, a mask that will deeply moisturize and nourish your skin while you sleep, when cell regeneration is most intense. DREAMSERUM, which is applied in two stages, purifies your skin from the toxins it is exposed with throughout the day with the high vitamin content it contains, and then DREAMSEAL, which you will apply, provides intense moisturization for your skin thanks to the high amount of hyaluronic acid and green algae and helps your skin look fuller and renewed when you wake up in the morning.

Bonus: Ways to look good in online meetings

 

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