Josh Martin

How to Tell When You Need to Reapply Sunscreen!
How to Tell When You Need to Reapply Sunscreen!

I know with the snow falling, sunbathing is probably the last thing on your mind. But, Spring is on the way this week and Summer won’t be to far behind and there’s a new product you may want to check out before the summer sun time begins! It’s called UveBand, and is a slap bracelet that monitors your exposure to the sun and vibrates when you need to apply more sunscreen. It starts working after you apply your first coating of sun-block and automatically turns on after contact with your skin. A hidden sensor on the product monitors UVA and UVB rays which cause sunburn, then a detector calculates when it’s time to reapply based on a dermatologist-developed formula. The device then vibrates over a period of two minutes to remind you it’s time to slather on more protection. The product is currently on Kickstarter.

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