The blue light on our skin

We are not able to understand all the needs of our skin and how the environment that surround us may affect it directly.


We would like to introduce you the blue light and its consequences. You may believe that this new problem or aggressor has been invented although it is quite the opposite because we already lived among it even if we did not know. Sunlight contains different colors such us yellow, red, green or blue with an individual energy and wavelength. Blue light could only affect us through sunlight until the creation of television and the other digital devices or LED light.

Even if it is true that they are not as harmful as the sun’s rays can be directly affecting our skin the overexposure has changed the situation leading to a potential skin consequence. We spend at least 3-hour-day in front of our smartphones plus the hours we are staring in front of computers or other devices.

The blue light produces dryness by reducing aquaporins, which are responsible for keeping skin moisture and hydrating it. It directly affects the metabolism of proteins that increases collagen degradation leading to aging, wrinkles, or flaccidity. It also activates melanocytes increasing skin’s melanin concentration producing dark spots or hyper-pigmentation.

We cannot take you away from screens which has become essential part in our daily life because of work or free time and due to that devices connects us worldwide. In this complicate pandemic time, it is they are even more important.

Because of this, we propose you the best way of enjoying the greatest of digital devices protecting your skin. We recommend you use our anti-pollution energizing mist that forms an invisible shield that rescues the skin. An instant solution that will protect it from blue light and its consequences just by applying a few sprays directly on your face. It will perform a feeling of comfort rescuing your skin thanks to its hydrating, calming, energizing, and revitalizing action.

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