Increased Screen Use has Negligible Effect on Skin, according to Beiersdorf
In an own research study, Beiersdorf refuted the assumption that artificial blue light is harmful to the skin.
According to its own information, the research team reportedly has proven that the amount of artificial blue light of laptops, tablets, and smartphones emitted during their conventional use is not enough to trigger harmful skin effects. The negative impact of increased screen use due to the coronavirus – for example, as a result of more online meetings or increased use of smartphones – is therefore scientifically untenable, the company stated. Further information ...