I have no idea what you’re talking about.
Basically, all the visible light around us is made up of different wavelengths and frequencies, from infrared to ultraviolet (UV). Blue light is on that spectrum and in fact it’s the blue light from the sun that helps to regulate our sleep patterns and body clock.
So, what’s the problem?
It’s also the light that comes from our smartphones, tablets and
TVs, and because we use them so often and are in frequent close proximity to the screens it can cause problems. It has the ability to weaken the skin’s surface and penetrate down to the dermis, which is where collagen and elastin are, resulting in premature ageing and, as shown in recent studies, even triggering pigmentation spots.
Sounds grim! So what can we do?
I’m going for SKN-RG Evolution Alpha Serum, £65, skn-rg.com. It contains plankton glass flower, a type of plankton that creates a special shield around its core that repels blue light and other pollutants. It also contains kombucha ferment and griffonia extract for lifting and firming, and the results are supposed to be great... which is why it’s a multiaward-winning product.
Is this a men-only product? No, you can share with your Sandra. Also, avoid spending time gazing into your mobile at bedtime, as the blue light can have a negative effect on your sleep and then you’ll be baggyeyed, too.
Will do… you’re a wealth of knowledge mate!
Yep, I know. It’s a gift.