Technology is a blessing, especially when we are far away from friends, family, and loved ones. Sadly, using some technology can have negative effects on your skin.
If you’ve noticed your skin isn’t looking it’s best lately, your tech could be to blame. Here are some common tech-related skin issues and the easiest way to avoid them!
When you get a text or email to your cellphone, do you have to squint at it to be able to read the tiny text? It turns out that since the invention of smartphones, more and more people are suffering from eye wrinkles as a result of straining their face to read their phones. Since not being connected isn’t an option for most of us, you need to use some creativity to combat squinting at your screens.
The easiest way to fix this problem is to adjust the settings on your phone or computer so that the text appears larger. Not only will it make it easier for you to see what you’re reading, but it will help you stop squinting at your device daily which can lead to fewer eye wrinkles. You’ll also want to make sure you’re using an eye serum that helps with fine lines and wrinkles so you can reverse the damage that has already been done.
Don’t Stay On Too Long
Catching up with friends and family shouldn’t be something you rush through, but you also want to make sure you’re not spending too much time with the phone against your face. Cell phones and smartphones contain batteries that can get hot when the product is in use for too long. When your phone heats up against your face, it can create some unexpected skin damage.
Having a hot cellphone on your face has recently been studied and linked to an increase in melanin production on your face. Melanin is the darker pigments in your skin responsible for dark spots and age spots. If you prefer to keep chatting instead of cutting your conversations short, make sure you’re using a Dark Spot Corrector that uses vitamin C to banish any dark spots that can result from having your hot phone up against your face for long periods of time.
Don’t Hurt Your Face
Sometimes when we are on the phone, we try to multitask by doing things around the house with our phones pressed up against our cheeks. Research shows that not only is your phone one of the dirtiest surfaces in your house but pressing it against your skin can form wrinkles and jowls that can be hard to get rid of later.
Instead of trying to multitask with your phone against your face, opt for headphones which can allow you to chat with friends without comprising your skin health. If you do already have skin damage from pressing your phone to your face, you can reverse the jowls and sagging skin with peptides like the award-winning patented Essenskin™ peptide we used to formulate our Neck Firming Cream. It will help restructure the skin and improve firmness while helping reverse the existing damage on your face.