Prob­lem: Blue Light In­creases Sun Ex­po­sure

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Sounds pretty crazy, but stud­ies have also sug­gested that us­ing smart­phones, lap­tops and tablets out­side can ac­tu­ally mas­sively in­crease your ex­po­sure to UV rays, too.* Screens have the abil­ity to re­flect the sun’s UV rays back on to your skin mean­ing you could be get­ting a dou­ble dose of sun ex­po­sure.

So­lu­tion:

There’s a very easy way to com­bat this prob­lem – by sim­ply pro­tect­ing your skin ev­ery day with a broad spec­trum SPF.

Al­ways SPF? for­get your In­cor­po­rate into your one make-up daily rou­tine make sure to primed you’re and ev­ery ready day Mac­book Us­ing a UV in­creases by 75%, ex­po­sure the while do­ing an ipad same with it by 85%. in­creases Not. Good

An ul­tra-light, 100 per cent min­eral sun­screen, Mu­rad City Skin Age De­fense SPF 50, £45, pro­tects skin against the five main causes of dam­age: blue light, pol­lu­tion, in­frared ra­di­a­tion, UVA and UVB rays.

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