L’Oréal is taking its fight for promoting sun safety to the next level, with La Roche-posay UV sense, the first battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor. L’Oréal, the global beauty leader that developed the first commercial sunscreen product in 1935.
It provides consumers with crucial information about their individual ultraviolet exposure levels. They are wearable and can stick on your nail, watches, sunglasses and other things, and comes with replaceable adhesive.
Its nothing but a sensor, doesn’t pair over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to your phone. Instead, it uses NFC so you canever scan it with your phone to retrieve the UV data. Works with both Android and iOS.
With this you will know if you are spending too much time in the sun, and will recommend products based on your skin score. It will be available this summer and should be under $50.
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