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L'Oreal Introduces Smart Skin Patch That Measures Skin's UV Exposure

January 5, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Beauty brand L’Oreal introduced a smart skin patch, which can monitor the skin’s exposure to harmful UV rays, at the 2016 CES electronics trade show in Las Vegas. To be launched in 16 countries, including the UK, this summer, the product will be offered for free. Developed by the company’s technology incubator department, the patch includes a photosensitive blue dye, which changes colors when exposed to UV light.
Zoe Kleinman, "CES 2016: L'Oreal unveils super-thin smart skin patch", BBC, January 05, 2016, © BBC
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