Lumicease Blue Ingredient

Blue Light Has Met Its Match

Posted by Dorota Niemczycka on 10/06/2020

Computers and smartphones are helping us more than ever to stay connected in our work and personal lives, but one thing they are not good for is keeping our skin looking healthy and radiant. 

It is believed that 60 percent of people spend more than six hours a day in front of a digital device. Blue light comes from these screens and contributes greatly to the photoaging of our skin. And regular sunscreens don’t protect from blue light. As a result, consumers need to understand that smartphone dependency, the selfie boom, and long workdays in front of computers can negatively impact the appearance of their skin.

That’s where Lumicease™ blue ingredient can help. It minimizes the main signs of photoaging by preparing the skin for exposure to solar and artificial blue light, while also protecting it during exposure and repairing light-induced damage.

A laboratory study found that Lumicease™ blue ingredient activates opsin photosensors in the skin and promotes adaptive responses to protect and repair the skin from light-induced damage. Tests on volunteers exposed to natural sunlight and artificial blue light showed a reduction in brown spots of 11.7% while wrinkle volume and average roughness were reduced by 21.5% and 13.2%, respectively.

Check out this video to learn more.
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