HEVIS light, has a full official name that High Energy Visible Light (HEVIS Light ) is a high energy light that mixes in the white light range that humans can see. White light can be divided into 7 colors: purple, indigo, blue, green, yellow, bright and red. HEVIS light is mix in the indigo and blue range with wavelengths in the range of 400-500 nm.
The effects of UV rays and HEVIS
- Cause free radicals on the skin that stimulate the creation of Enzyme, destroy collagen and elastin (Elastin) in the skin layer. Causing skin cells to deteriorate faster than usual. Resulting in wrinkles and wrinkles easily. slack dehydrated skin and the skin is older than age (Photo-aging) followed.
- From the study of the research team. It was found that At night, blue light disrupts your body’s clock cycle, causing your skin to malfunction. And affect the natural regeneration process of the skin. Makes the skin look older in the end. This is because the blue light is causing the mistaken perception that it is daytime.
- Stimulates melasma, freckles, sunburn, dark spots, dull skin as well as UVA and UVB rays.
- A 2014 study also found that blue light triggers inflammation and leads to dark spots.
- Weakens the skin’s protective barrier uneven skin tone (A 2008 study by Japanese researchers in lab rats found. The blue light interferes with the recovery of the skin barrier.)
- Interfering with sleep hormones Cause insomnia and indirectly affect our skin.
How to protect against UV and HEVIS rays
- Reduce the use of mobile phones or smartphones to some extent. especially at night (If you don’t believe, you have to believe that Thai people are addicted to mobile phones as number one in the world Using a mobile phone for an average of 4.2 hours a day!
- Adjust the brightness of your computer or mobile phone screen so that it is not too bright.
- Install anti-blue light film on the computer screen. mobile phone screen and tablet screens, such as blue light cut film
- Find other leisure activities instead of screen time, such as reading, playing sports.
- Use a skincare or nourishing cream that contains lutein, beta-carotene, vitamin C, or antioxidants. (Antioxidant) to help protect the skin. and stimulate the production of collagen to the skin
- Use sunscreen products that protect your skin from UV and HEVIS rays.