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8 Skin Care Products That Block Blue Light Damage

No need to cut down on your screen time.
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Let's face it: We spend tons of time on our computers and phones. Some of us may even be obsessed with social media. Or addicted to texting. Regardless, your skin is probably suffering from all that exposure. Why? Because our digital devices emit blue light that can actually damage your complexion.

Now we're not advocating going cold turkey and logging off everything for the foreseeable future. We're championing adding a couple blue light-blocking skin care products to your regimen. From moisturizing serums and creams to refreshing mists and even an eye treatment, there are lots of ways to protect your skin.

Here are the best skin care products that battle blue light damage.

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Protect your skin from blue light exposure while hydrating your parched complexion with this serum. In addition to moisture powerhouse hyaluronic acid, the formula boasts a combination of botanicals along with tamarind, alga, nasturtium flower and red sage root extracts. You can even use it as a booster under your go-to serums and moisturizers.

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A real multitasker, this mist provides a blue light barrier, hydrates and sets your makeup. Basically, a skin care triple threat. It's all courtesy of its mix of marine actives, mastic and tara extract. The natural lavender scent is just the icing on the cake.

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Block all that blue light with this cream. It supplies moisture and radiance plus prevents premature aging. How does it accomplish such a feat? A blend of dead sea water, squalane, cucumber extract, aloe vera and jojoba seed oil.

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Tula 24-7 Power Swipe, $38

You may already be guarding your eyes with blue light-blocking glasses. But you still need to show the delicate skin around your eyes some love. This stick relies on squalane, caffeine, apple and watermelon to hydrate, firm and improve the look of eye puffiness. Cocoa seed extracts are also in the mix to provide antioxidant protection.

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BY MORGAN C. SCHIMMINGER | AUG 8, 2022 | SHARES
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