Indoor UV Effects (& Light Filter Giveaway!)

When I was working long hours in an office, I would squint suspiciously at the harsh fluorescent lighting above me. According to Molly’s Fund, 40-70% of those with lupus will notice an increase in lupus symptoms or the severity of symptoms after exposure to UV (ultraviolet) rays. This can come from both natural and artificial lighting – like fluorescent bulbs.

These days, I work out of my home, so when Make Great Light offered me an opportunity to try their fluorescent light filters, I didn’t have the right kind of lighting to test it out. Fortunately, thanks to the generosity of Make Great Light, I’m able to offer a special giveaway for one lucky reader to try it for themselves!

Make Great Light‘s fluorescent light filters convert harsh fluorescent light to full spectrum lighting, filter out UV, and eliminate glare. Here is a fun, short video that explains how they work:

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Make Great Light’s Tube Filters

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Make Great Light’s Overlay Panels

So, how does the giveaway work, you ask? Simply comment by clicking the speech bubble at the top of the post and tell me how fluorescent light affects you and where you would use your fluorescent filter if you won it. The winner will be drawn on December 9th, so you have one week to get your comment in. And if you don’t win the draw, Make Great Light happens to be a big supporter of their local lupus foundation chapter and offers a 20%  discount to anyone with lupus!

The giveaway starts now, so get your comments in for an awesome chance to try Make Great Light‘s fluorescent filters for free!

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