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Digital Pollution (blue Light) Is Damaging Your Skin. Enhanced Ayurveda Can Help
Effects of Blue Light on your skin
• Premature Ageing
• Loss of Firmness
We spend so much of our time staring at screens. Be it our phones, laptops, tablets, desktops, televisions - we are surrounded by them everywhere we go. Due to the pandemic, we are using digital screens more than ever before – practically all day. Take the mobile phone for example: in the history of mankind, there has never been a single device that could be used for work, distraction, recreation, entertainment, social engagement, and virtual validation - until now. Research suggests that the average human spends 3 to 4 hours every day on his phone. This statistic is particularly alarming considering the harmful effects that Digital Pollution (blue light) can have on our skin.
What is Digital Pollution caused by Blue Light?
The screens we use emit something known as blue light. Digital Pollution caused by Blue Light is the term used to denote the negative effects of the blue light on our skin. Blue light is visible to the naked eye and contains a ...
... certain type of wavelength (380 nm to 400 nanometres). Light of this wavelength can have adverse effects on our skin - leading to lines, wrinkles, and premature ageing. It can also lead to ageing with hyperpigmentation, inflammation, red skin, and rashes. Blue rays from digital devices penetrate much deeper into the skin causing much more collagen damage at the dermis level which causes the skin to lose its elasticity, firmness and increases its dullness at a faster pace.
This does not mean that scrolling through Instagram late at night will give you skin rashes right away. The effects of Digital Pollution caused by Blue Light build up slowly and we often fail to attribute skin problems to the effects of Blue Light.
Blue Light falls under the spectrum of High Energy Visible Light (HEV light). It is very similar to artificial sunlight. Prolonged exposure to HEV is not very different from being out in the sun for hours at an end. When we go out in the Sun, we take necessary precautions, such as sunscreen lotions, sunglasses, a hat, or even an umbrella. Now, we cannot use any sunscreens or umbrellas while pulling an all-nighter in front of our screens. We need natural solutions that can protect our skin without any additional side-effects. We need solutions like Enhanced Ayurveda.
How can Enhanced Ayurveda help against Digital Pollution?
Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine, deeply rooted in Indian culture and ethos. Enhanced Ayurveda utilizes organic extracts derived from naturally grown plants and herbs to help protect against the harmful effects of overexposure to blue light. The blend of natural herb extracts of Tara Fruit Pod and Sunflower Sprout which is clinically proven to protect skin from the adverse effects of UV, Infra-Red and Blue Light.
Tara Fruit Pods are powerful Antioxidants used in traditional medicine to treat infections and to improve healing, are very rich in hydrolysable tannins with gallic acid as the main constituent. Organic Sunflower Sprout extract was found to support the general functioning of the mitochondria by helping them maintain their production of energy. They also help in maintaining skin strength by protecting the collagen which is responsible for skin strength and elasticity, and whose degradation leads to wrinkles which leads to aging.
Digital Pollution caused by Blue Light from digital devices is inevitable in the 21st century. However, this particular modern problem can be helped with Enhanced Ayurveda which can help us restore the beautiful skin that we are born with. With a regular skincare regimen, improved lifestyle, more disciplined sleep cycles, and healthier food habits, we can reduce the harmful effects of Blue Light Pollution.
You should also inculcate healthier habits for your skin that can help you battle digital pollution. Use the right kind of cleanser, ensure to moisturize twice a day. Don’t forget to periodically exfoliate & give an extra dose of hydration to your skin.
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