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Blue Light Protection - the WFH Products You Need - Travel Like a Prince

Blue Light Protection – the WFH Products You Need


Blue Light Protection | Working from Home | How to Protect Your Skin from Blue Light

I know, I know. Here you are reading on a computer screen or phone minding your own business, and I’m here to interrupt you and chat about blue light protection. So many of us are working from home at the moment for hours on the computer, and even though we’re inside, we are still exposed to harmful rays via our devices. It’s an important thing to be aware of, so let’s dive in!

This is in collaboration with Derma E to inform about blue light protection and helpful products.

What is blue light?

That’s a great question! It’s a bit technical, but light and rays come in certain wavelengths. What we can see runs in the 500-700 nm range and ultraviolet light – the harmful rays that cause skin cancer – are in the 100-380 nm range. Blue light wavelengths settle in between in the 380-500 nm range.

So, although the blue light wavelength isn’t quite as harmful as UV rays, they can still cause damage to our eyes and skin as we sit and stare at a screen for hours on end. Blue light rays can also come from the sun, flat-screen TVs, and fluorescent light. It’s basically all around us, and the wavelength dictates the blue light definition range.

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What can blue light do?

There is such a thing as blue light eye damage. Studies show that it increases eye strain and can cause macular damage, which can lead to eventual blindness. Of course, this is all a bit extreme, but the range of blue light (meaning the wavelengths between 380-500 nm) can cause permanent harm.

Blue light technology can also cause skin damage in the form of premature aging, inflammation, dark spots or a change in color, and a weakening of the skin’s tissues. It all sounds pretty scary, but there is blue light protection available to help out.

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Practical Blue Light Protection

It’s important to know how to protect your skin from blue light while also preventing blue light eye damage. The products below can be especially helpful if you have a lot of screen time throughout the day.

Use a blue light filter.

If you have ever used a protective film on your phone or computer screen to keep it from scratching or cracking, then you are somewhat familiar with how a blue light filter works. A filter can block the blue light wavelengths so that they never reach your eyes and skin, which can be a huge help! It’s a simple way to stop the damage at the source.

Prevent blue light eye damage with glasses.

Special computer glasses are available without a prescription that will protect your eyes from blue light wavelengths. Putting these on while you are at your computer won’t hinder your vision, yet they will block the harmful rays from getting through to hurt your eyes.

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Know how to protect your skin from blue light.

There are special blue light beauty products that can help form a barrier between your skin and the light itself. This is a fabulous way to keep protected at all times if you make it a part of your daily skincare routine – no makeup required! Derma E has a line of blue light protection items that can keep your skin in great shape.

  • Blue Light Shield Spray – Maintain optimal balance while reducing the effects of environmental and digital pollution.
  • Blue Light Shield Concentrated Serum – Combat environmental aggressors with this highly effective serum.
  • Vitamin C Peel – A radiance-boosting, non-abrasive blend that helps to resurface and smooth skin’s texture.
  • Anti-Wrinkle Toner – A facial toner to help rebalance the skin’s pH after cleansing and prepare it to receive moisture or treatment. 
  • Sun Defense Mineral Sunscreen Face – A facial formula that delivers broad-spectrum protection and anti-aging antioxidant defense.
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Have you ever tried a blue light skin product?

It’s a fairly new concept for me, but with as much time I spend on the computer communicating, writing, and blogging, I’m glad I’m aware! Take a peek at my post on clean beauty products I love while you’re here.

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11 responses to “Blue Light Protection – the WFH Products You Need”

  1. Protecting myself from blue light has never occurred to me. Now I know the importance why it is so very important. Would definitely try out the skin protection products. Some of them.

  2. I’ve been thinking a lot about eyes recently. It’s Spring where I am and the pollen count is high, and my eyes are so sensitive and itchy because of the season, but I know the long hours I spend in front of my computer screen don’t help either and are probably aggravating the situation. I hadn’t realized you could by a screen that would block out the blue light.

  3. I really do need to worry about this more. With all the time in front of a computer, my eyes are often tired and dry.  I never thought about protecting my skin too! A good reason to remember face skincare products even when at home working!  Thanks for the reminder!

  4. Wow, I never knew anything of blue light protection before. I also spend a lot of time in front of a computer and this is something serious to think about. I’m glad you have some product recommendations to guide the way.

  5. This is a very informative post. As travel writers, we spend a lot of time in front of computers, exposed to blue light. I’m already using eye glasses that have blue light protection, but I didn’t know I could also use blue light skincare. Thanks for the tips. 

  6. I have recently bought some computer glasses to protect me from blue light. As I write more and more travel blog posts, I feel I also spend more time in front of my laptop, so this is an important topic to consider. Had no idea about the skin protective products though! That was very informative.

  7. This is so important to protect your eyes and skin while working on any device. Thank you for the post and the product details. We all should be aware of the damages it can cause to our skin and eyes. This post is absolutely helpful. I was not aware about the Blue Light skincare stuff!

  8. Did not realize there is so much of damage owing to the light. I need to do some more research on it. However, I am noting those tips on taking Vitamic C and the creams. Maybe that is why I have been feeling a little strained on the skin.

  9. I have the glasses but I didn’t see much difference unfortunately. Maybe I need to try another brand, I understand they are not all made equal.

  10. I just started using a sunscreen that has blue light protection — so important!

  11. This is such great info – I never thought about blue light from my computer before. Informative!