L’Oréal Patch Changes Color To Highlight The Risk Of Skin Cancer

L’Oréal Patch Changes Color To Highlight The Risk Of Skin Cancer

This thin sticky patch can show you how much sun you're really taking in

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 8 june 2016

Damaging UV can lead to burnt skin or epidermal cancers, and in the summer months becomes a subject of great concern. Cosmetics company L’Oréal has developed a special patch to help people see how many harmful UV rays they are exposed to.

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