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Blue light: a new focus in skin protection

May 16, 2017 | By: DSM/Centerchem
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With so much focus on protecting skin while in the sun, many assume safety indoors. But if you use a phone, tablet or any electronic device, your skin might suffer from blue light damage

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With so much focus on protecting skin while in the sun, many assume safety indoors. But if you use a phone, tablet or any electronic device, your skin might suffer from blue light damage. Blue light is part of the visible light spectrum that has a very short, high-energy wavelength. While the majority of blue light exposure is from natural outdoor light, a significant amount of exposure is also coming from electronic devices. Consumers are gradually becoming aware of the risks, but of the 40,000 skin care products launched last year, just nine claimed blue light protection. Now, with Pepha®-Age, you can take skin protection into the blue. Pepha®-Age broadens skin’s defense against both UV and blue light, boosting total protection—both indoors and outdoors.

Benefits of Pepha®-Age:

  • Minimizes the appearance of aging after exposure to UV and blue light
  • Helps improve skin resilience from indoor and outdoor stress factors
  • Sustainably sourced and produced from freshwater microalgae

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