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Anti-Tech Serum by Foster's Lab Tackles Blue Light

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The Anti-Tech Serum is sold for $68

The Anti-Tech Serum is sold for $68

Foster's Lab has launched its Anti-Tech Serum, which is formulated to help protect against skin damage caused by blue light exposure from technology. Blue light claims have grown in 2020, according to recent market data, particularly in China and the color cosmetic sector.

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According to Foster's Lab, the Anti-Tech Serum features active ingredients of cacao seed extract, bakuchiol and vitamin C booster. The cacao seed extract is reportedly the primary ingredient combating damage from blue light.

The cacao seed extract contains cocoa peptides, saccharides and polyphenols to reduce the oxidative stress generated by blue light pollution, thereby protecting the skin against digital aging.

The Anti-Tech Serum is formulated without:

  • Sulfates
  • SLS
  • SLES
  • Parabens
  • Formaldehyde-releasing agents
  • Phthalates
  • Mineral oil
  • Oxybenzone
  • Coal tar
  • Hydroquinone
  • Triclosan
  • Triclocarban

The serum is sold for $68 and is available at fosterslab.com.

Foster’s Lab co-founder Anthony Shook, said:

When we formulated the Anti-Tech Serum we really wanted to create a powerhouse serum that not only protected from environmental stressors like blue light damage and pollution but also gave visible results in the form of skin’s appearance and texture. We knew that much like sunscreen, blue light protection, and anti-pollution are important, but the results are not immediately visible since you’re preventing damage, so we decided to also repair and renew. 

With vitamin C, the serum also has an anti-inflammatory property where it helps to calm the skin while brightening and evening its overall appearance. Brightening helps with hyperpigmentation from sunspots, acne scars and more.

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