SnappyScreen aims to make sun protection more convenient and fail-proof

Nothing says relaxation like the beach or pool, but a day of leisure isn’t the time to skimp on sun protection. Between lotions and sprays we can apply sunscreen ourselves or with a partner, but there’s often that one spot that gets missed. Kristen McClellan is out to remedy this situation with her startup, SnappyScreen.

SnappyScreen is the world’s first touchless sunscreen application system. The user simply selects his-her desired SPF (15, 30 or 50) , as well as their height, and steps into the machine. Jets spray the body with sunscreen from head to toe, and front and back, in less than 10 seconds.

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