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We all would have heard about skin damage caused by sunlight/UV exposure and we defend that by using Sunscreen on an everyday basis.
You would have even known about Blue light treatment for acne. But do you know about the screen-emitted artificial Blue light and its damaging effects on the skin? Yes! Blue light which is a component of the High Energy Visible Light (HEVL) emitted by the modern-day gadgets is around us everywhere accelerating the skin ageing process referred to as Blue light ageing.
The so-called work from home culture that developed during this COVID pandemic worsened blue light-induced ageing of the skin to a greater extent. Is it possible to reverse the ill effects of blue light on the skin? Yeah! It is possible to revive your skin with our innovative and science-backed Blue Block® PM Serum.
Key ingredients in Blue Block® PM serum:
A withanolide extracted from the roots of Withania somnifera (Indian ginseng/Ashwagandha) clinically proven to protect the skin cells against gadget-emitted artificial visible light.
Boosts cellular energy and dynamism.
Fights digital pollution.
Restores skin vitality.
A copper complex obtained from the malachite gemstone-a potent free radical scavenger which boosts cellular defences to protect against ageing and detoxifying benefits.
Shields the skin against oxidative stress
Stimulates the cell’s natural antioxidant pool.
Let’s see how to include this serum into your everyday skin routine for effective protection against blue light in a simpler way,
In the evenings, use a deep cleanser like Avène Bright Intense to remove sunscreen residue thoroughly.
Now it’s the ideal time to apply our innovative Blue Block® PM Serum for complete protection against blue light. Apply 2-3 pumps of this serum on your towel-dried face in a gentle way and you are all set to face your gadgets!
You can cleanse your face before going to bed or you can leave the serum on, overnight for complete rejuvenation.
Though this serum gives you good protection from screen-emitted blue light, we recommend limiting your screen time in the evenings as much as possible since long-term screen exposure can interfere with your sleep-wake cycle leading to skin ageing.