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What Effects Blue Light Has On Your Skin?

21.01.22    « EXPERTS » reports
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Written by IOMA Experts

You’re probably already aware of the effects of sunlight on your skin, but are you concerned about the effects of blue light on your complexion? Blue light from nature and electronic gadgets gets a bad rap for straining eyes and interrupting sleep, but it may affect your skin in more ways than you would know, and it may even affect some of your skin care problems. We’ve compiled the facts on blue light’s potential to damage your skin.

What Is Blue Light?

Let’s go right to the point: Blue light is a form of visible light that can be utilized in the dermatological procedure of blue light treatment. Do you want to learn more about how blue light treatment works? According to certain institutions, the doctor may first use a medicine called a photosensitizer to make your skin more sensitive to light. This is where the blue light comes from. The Clinics said that when the photosensitizer is exposed to light, it combines with oxygen, producing a chemical process that kills unhealthy cells. The blue light skin care treatment is what it sounds like.

You may be familiar with the phrase “blue light” because it refers to the light generated by your smartphone and laptop, as well as other electronic gadgets you use on a daily basis.

 

What Damage Of Blue Light On Your Skin?

You may be questioning if blue light is damaging to your skin. After all, if you spend time on a phone or computer, blue light is all around you. While phototherapy with blue light has become popular in the skincare treatment of a variety of dermatological disorders, blue light from electronic devices can lead to changes in your skin cells, including cell shrinkage and death. Speeding up the aging process. Even exposures as short as 60 minutes can trigger these changes.

 

What Kind Of Skincare Product Is Best To Protect Against Blue Light?

So you may want to know what kind of skincare product is best to protect against blue light? Take a look at IOMA City Mist, which is a hydrating facial spray that acts as a protective screen to keep your skin safe from the elements (sun, wind, cold) and external aggressions like pollution and blue light waves. After each use, the skin is better hydrated, softer, and better protected. The tight feeling that sometimes appears during the day will disappear. Fresher and more radiant, the skin replenishes.

Our reliance on technology and displays is unlikely to decrease any time soon. What we do know is that protecting our skin isn’t such a bad idea. We still can maintain our skin health by taking preventative measures for now and i

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