With Lutein (pronounced Loo-teen) and Xeazanthin
Lutein is a phyto nutrient that boosts the skin natural anti oxidant protection against sundamage.
lutein is found in brightly colored foods like fruits and vegetables, especially leafy greens and types that are deep orange or yellow.
Zeaxanthin & lutein are abundant in anti-inflammatory, cancer-fighting foods including kale, broccoli and many other green vegetables, eggs yolks and citrus fruits.
Information On Blue Light and the Skin & Eye Health
Long-term exposure to concentrated blue light energy can cause skin damage, including color changes, inflammation, and weakening of the skin’s surface. Simply put, blue light promotes stressors in skin that cause photo-aging; that is, aging from exposure to light.
Digital devices emit radiation, which at a close range to our face and eyes put you at greater risk of damaging your skin as well as your eyes.
Studies & References
1. Skin-Whitening and Overall Skin Tone–Improving Effects of Oral Supplementation with Lutein and Zeaxanthin Isomers: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial
Vijaya Juturu Alain Khaiat Jayant Deshpande
2. The putative role of lutein and zeaxanthin as protective agents against age-related macular degeneration: promise of molecular genetics for guiding mechanistic and translational research in the field1,2,3,4
John Paul SanGiovannicorresponding author and Martha Neuringer
3. The Lowdown on Blue Light: Good vs. Bad, and Its Connection to AMD. Rev of Opt. 2014; reviewofoptometry.com.