Beware, Smartphones Can Cause Wrinkles To Acne
Smartphones or gadgets are now a necessity for everyone. Smartphones are commonly used to help finish a job, take off saturation, listen to music, or surf the social media. Many women or men who are addicted to playing a smartphone that affects the harmony of his love affair or social life. Even some beauticians say too long playing smartphones can adversely affect skin conditions. According to popular dermatagolist, Paul Jarrod Frank, MD, smartphones can cause skin in some areas to become wrinkled like a neck. Paul said, some people experience ‘tech neck’ when too long to play gadgets. Tech neck is a term in which the circumstances of the skin of the neck and chin become wrinkles and sagging due to prolonged overloading or tilting the head. Playing smartphones while bending over and over can damage collagen in the neck causing fine lines on the skin, from Pop Sugar.
Wrinkles not only occur in the neck but also the eye area. That’s because you squint too often while playing the gadget. As a solution, Paul recommends you put the smartphone in the appropriate visibility. Notice the posture so as not to be too long down. When the view on the smartphone is less clear to read the text, you should increase the font size and set the light on the screen so you do not often squint. In addition to wrinkles, Paul also mentioned that the smartphone can cause acne that interfere with appearance. Little red spots arise because of the bacteria from the air and makeup that sticks to your smartphone. To overcome this, Paul recommends that you regularly clean your smartphone screen using antibacterial cleaning products. Adding to Paul’s statement, another dermatologist, Julia Tzu, MD, reminds women or men who work daily in the room to take a few minutes to walk out moment. According to him, sunlight can help improve skin conditions naturally. Excessive use of technology makes people more often indoors and less exposed to sunlight, which means the skin is damaged by lack of sunlight, says Julia. (aln / aln)