Skin Care Tips

5 Ways Your Cellphone is Harming Your Skin

Is Your Cellphone Aging You?

We've all heard the rumors that cellphones have been linked to various health issues, such as cancer. Now we find out that it can even give you wrinkles! Let's face it - your cellphone is your lifeline to your friends, family, and even work! So how can you get out of harm's way? Avoid the following habits and you'll be wrinkle proofing your skin.
You squint to read the small type on your screen Squinting gives you wrinkles, so avoid it by increasing the font size on your screen.
You talk too long on your phone If you're talking long enough for your cellphone to heat up, then you're contributing increased melanin production on your skin, which causes dark spots.
You're on your phone before going to sleep The artificial light from the screen hinders your body's ability to produce melatonin, which in turn disrupts your natural sleep cycle. If you just have to read that last email or text, dim the screen.
You press your face on the phone We know that often you're busy cooking or jotting something down, and you press your face against the screen so you have use of both hands - but this habit can cause oily skin! Use ear-buds and make sure you cleanse your face twice a day with your LifeCell pH Balanced Cleanser.
Looking down to see your screen Because of the constant up and down movement, collagen and elastin's support structure weakens, giving you a saggy neck. Keep your phone at eye level and use LifeCell All-In-One Anti-Aging Treatment to increase collagen production and firm your skin.
Modern day technology means having to use your cellphone quite often, and this can lead to wrinkles and sagging skin. Avoid the habits above so you can fight wrinkles before they appear!

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