La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV Sensor

Nov 20, 2018

Category: Tech

The sun is our life source, as it provides us with comforting warmth and plentiful energy for all the ecosystems on our planet. However, the ball of fire also emits dangerous UV rays that damage our skin on a daily basis. People often overlook the health of their skin, so L’Oréal’s La Roche-Posay created the My Skin Track UV Sensor to help us monitor our skin’s exposure to the sun.

The tracker measures your personal UV exposure and also provides you with helpful information on pollution, pollen, and humidity based on your location. In analyzing the information it retrieves, the device’s companion app will offer you personal tips and skin care recommendations so you can keep your skin healthy throughout your lifetime. You can clip this button-sized battery-free tracker on any piece of your attire. And, this device is waterproof so you can wear it at the beach or pool.

Purchase: $60

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