Do I need to protect your skin from the computer?
 Many people know that the TV screens and monitors emit UV-rays. Is this true, and how you can protect yourself from this radiation? After all, the computer and television occupy a large part of our lives. So that on this occasion the experts say?

The first thought that may come to mind when we want to protect the face against UV-rays is to use creams or tonal resources with SPF filters. But can the majority of you soothe. LCD monitors do not emit UV rays.

Protection needed for those who has worked for the last generation monitors, known as CRT monitors. By contrast, modern LCD monitors and laptop screens against UV radiation is absolutely harmless.

However, a small amount of ultraviolet light, we still get to our offices, even when we use only modern monitors. For a number of emit fluorescent lamps, high intensity discharge lamps, halogen lights, beams of copying machines, you can also receive the rays of light from the street. Of course, the number of these rays can not be compared with what can be considered a truly disastrous for the skin. But Western beauticians, however, advise staying indoors, use a day means the protection of SPF15.

Author: myCharm: Julia Gnedina