Suffering from digital beauty disorder? Here are four beauty products to help tech heads.

Suffering from digital beauty disorder? Yes, that’s a thing. If you spend a lot of time looking at a screen, your skin will show for it. Air pollution, pah! Stress, pah! It’s the screens that really have it in for your skin. Did you know that the blue light emitting from your screen is considered more toxic to your complexion than sunlight? Fret not, the beauty industry is on board so before you banish your laptop from your life, take a look at our beauty tech survival guide.

Dr Sebagh Supreme Day Cream


At £145 a pot, this cream doesn’t come cheap but if you wear it like an SPF, it will help your skin pigmentation that may suffer from light blue damage. ‘This pioneering, ‘Ageing-Maintenance’ moisturizer helps to shield skin against High Energy Visilble Light (HEV/ daylight), also emitted by laptops, mobile phones and LED lights and more,’ explains Dr Sebagh.

The Atmosphériques Collection by facialist Annee De Mamiel


Smartphones can be blamed for creating a dullness in your face. Facialist Annee De Mamiel put together a range of products that use natural ingredients, mostly antioxidants in a bid to tackle digital pollution on your skin. ‘Our skin is under constant attack from everyday, invisible agressors in the environment: sun, smog and electromagnetic radiation. I developed the atmosphériques range using the cleanest, most powerful ingredients nature has to offer in order to help cleanse, feed and repair the skin and support the natural, breathable shield protecting us from the harsh environment of today’s modern world.’ Her top tip? Use a landline at home and use headphones when on your smartphone.

The Rodial Dragon’s Blood Eye Mask


Sounds appealing, doesn’t it? If you want to tackle that sore eye and tired look created by staring at screens for too long, this is the mask for you. Dr Jain who recognized eye fatigue among his patients as a classic digital beauty disorder developed this de-puffing bio-cellulose eye mask. ‘Turn off all screens after 7pm and don’t look at them first thing when your eyes are adjusting to waking up, it causes extra stress,’ he advises.

Copper Amino Isolate Serum 1% by NIOD

‘Any excess levels of phone and computer screen exposure may be harmful, so you can stop your phone from ageing you if you ensure that your antioxidant intake is sufficient on a daily basis,’ says pharmacist Shabir Daya, co-founder of VictoriaHealth.com. He recommends taking a supplement and use the Copper Amino Isolate Serum 1% by NIOD. The copper peptides will help regenerate damaged skin and fine lines.

October 2017