What all that time on your phone does to your skin — and your psyche
from Yahoo Beauty
Beauty and health editor Molly Shea writes: I was sitting in a car a few weeks ago, snaking through New York City, squinting at a screen in front of me to read more about an eye product from StriVectin. The eye concentrate, the description said, would help fight the wrinkles that come from screen fatigue, caused by squinting as you stare at your phone or computer — or, in my case, a TV mounted to the back of a car seat. I'd always been vaguely aware that all that screen time might be wreaking havoc on my looks, but this was the first time I'd seen the beauty repercussions from staring at my phone laid out so clearly. It was a little terrifying.
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