There may be an enemy to healthy, beautiful skin that you’re unaware of, and it can be found outdoors, in your office, and even in your living room. Evidence from recent scientific studies suggests that High Energy Visible (HEV) Light is harmful to your skin, promoting premature aging and possibly disease. This type of light surrounds us every day, radiating throughout our homes and workplaces, in stores and restaurants—even through the displays of our cell phones, computers, tablets and flat-screen televisions.

While people are typically well aware of the harmful effects of ultraviolet (UV) A and UVB rays, the skin damage that can be caused by HEV light is rarely given a second thought. In fact, to date, there is no cosmetic product on the market that effectively shields the skin from the harmful effects of HEV light. Liposhield® is an ingredient that has been developed to act as an “umbrella,” satisfying this unmet need and protecting your skin from the unhealthy effects of HEV light.

The Liposhield Study: Protection from the adverse effects of High Energy Visible (HEV) Light


Detection and Identification of Free Radicals Generated by UV and Visible Light in Ex Vivo Human Skin

Rapid repair of UVA-induced oxidized purines and persistence of UVB-induced dipyrimidine lesions determine the mutagenicity of sunlight in mouse cells.

Visible Radiation Affects Epidermal Permeability Barrier Recovery: Selective Effects of Red and Blue Light

Effects of visible light on the skin.

Impact of long-wavelength UVA and visible light on melanocompetent skin.

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