By now you know about all the skin health problems that are associated with sun exposure - skin ageing, wrinkling, sunburns and skin cancer to name a few. leading pharmacies.
To help protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays, French cosmetics giant L'Oreal is launching a first-of-its-kind electronic to help you measure how much sun exposure you're actually getting. Keep reading for the full scoop on this nifty new product that you'll be able to get your hands on soon.
L’Oreal has introduced My UV Patch – the first electronic ever to help you measure how much sun you’re getting
L’Oreal, which is popular for its line of cosmetic products, unveiled this wearable piece of technology at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas in the USA. The wearable piece of tech is now making its way to South Africa.
Called my UV Patch, the stretchable electronic is a transparent adhesive that stretches, that you can apply directly onto any area of your skin. It measures your sun exposure with the help of a high-tech sensor.
The patch looks almost like a plaster. It contains photosensitive dyes that change colour when you expose it to the sun’s dangerous, skin-damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays, a L’Oreal press release read.
It’s stretchy and disposable, and you can wear it for up to five days, the press release added.
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To get feedback about how much sun exposure your skin has received, simply upload a photo to the app
So how do you tell exactly how much UV exposure your skin has received? It’s simple – all you hav to do is upload a photo of your patch to the My UV Patch app. You’ll then receive feedback about how much sun exposure you’ve received.
The purpose behind this is that people can use the feedback to inform the level of sun protection they need. Clever, isn’t it?
L’Oreal only recently finished mapping out its distribution plan. It looks like My UV Patch will be available locally soon at no cost to consumers. Make sure you keep an eye out for it leading pharmacies and health stores.
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