If you are working indoors, chances are that you're working near a window (UVA rays penetrate glass) or you are working in front of a computer (Blue light is the high energy portion of the visible light spectrum and is known as High Energy Visible Light). Your skin is still getting damaged, and that’s why you still need to wear sunscreen when working indoors.
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