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L'Oréal Debuts Wearable UV-Sensing Technology At Electronics Show

January 7, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
L'Oréal recently showcased two technology products from the La Roche-Posay brand designed to advance skin safety in the sun. Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in February, UV Sense is a battery-free wearable -- on the thumbnail -- electronic UV sensor that provides crucial information about individual ultraviolet (UV) exposure levels. A limited-edition variant of My UV Patch was also on display. Both technologies, designed by Yves Béhar’s fuseproject design studio, will be available from the La Roche-Posay brand this year. The company launched My UV Patch, a stretchable skin sensor to monitor UV exposure, in 2016. [Image Credit: ©  L'Oréal]
"L'Oréal Advances Its Commitment to Promoting Sun Safety with La Roche-Posay UV Sense, the First Battery-Free Wearable Electronic UV Sensor", News release, L'Oréal, January 07, 2018, © L'Oréal
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