L'Oreal introduced UV Sense, a wearable device, to protect us from skin cancer at 'CES 2018 Unveiled' held in Las Vegas on January 7th (Sunday).
Wearable buttons UV Sense, developed by L'Oreal, to protect us from skin cancer, was produced about the tiny fitting size on the nail with a button shape. This is the first battery-free wearable device and is only 2mm thick, 9mm in diameter and can be worn on a fingernail, pair of sunglasses or any other item that's exposed to sunlight.
It is for fashionably decorated and can be disguised as a nail art because it can be reusable and easily re-adhesive.
UV Sense works with an accompanying app, available for both iOS and Android, and synchronize and converse sensor data. With the collected data, the consumer can decide when to consider the UV exposure. The L'Oreal UV Sense will be available exclusively through dermatologists in 2018. A global launch is expected in 2019.
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