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Blue Light Skin Care Is Probably a Scam

In this extremely digital time, pricey blue light skin care products promise to protect against ‘digital aging’

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In the Covid-19 era, with its tech-heavy home office setups, nightly video calls, and hours of boredom-induced social media scrolling and Netflix binges, it should come as no surprise that screen time is through…




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Cortney Clift

Cortney Clift

Cortney Clift is a Brooklyn-based journalist who writes about food, travel, and wellness.

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