How to avoid sunburn and enjoy healthy sunshine!
Control your sun exposure with SunSense
Our innovative personal UV-tracker wearables are built from a state-of-the-art technology platform.
We offer both consumer products and highly specialized solutions for clinical trials and research purposes.
SunSense puts you in control of your sun exposure in a reliable and easy way. It shows how much sun you get regardless of the season, cloud cover, altitude, ozone holes, time or geographic location.
It includes personalised sunscreen recommendations and dynamic alerts and reminders to help you control your individual sun exposure and make your time in the sun both safer and more enjoyable.
SunSense: If you can measure it, you can control it!
The SunSense App is the leading consumer digital tool in providing forecasts and personal advise on sun protection.
Our standalone UV tracker
with display for easy reference.
Connects to the SunSense app for more advanced monitoring options.
Custom platform for research
projects and clinical trials.
High quality and accurate UV sensor technology
SunSense uses only components that have been tested and adapted to our strict standards.
Long Battery Life
Replaceable battery lasting for up to 3 years.
Wearable, Clip Design
Comfortable wear to fit your lifestyle.
The benefits of healthy sun exposure
Increased mental health
Sunlight triggers the release of serotonin which helps improve our mood, feelings of well-being, and happiness.
Sun exposure leads the skin to produce vitamin D, which in turn is an important ingredient for healthy, strong bones.
A moderate amount of sunlight actually has preventive benefits when it comes to certain types of cancer.
Healing skin conditions
Sun exposure might help treat skin conditions, too. Doctors recommend UV radiation exposure to treat: Psoriasis, Eczema, Jaundice, Acne.
Develop skin cancer
In the US, 20% (1 out of 5) people are expected to develop skin cancer in their lifetime, and almost 5 million are treated every year.
Caused by UV exposure
90% of all skin cancer cases are caused by UV exposure. Many skin cancers can be avoided by reducing exposure to sunlight.
Cancer cases a form of skin cancer
Globally, 1 in 3 cancer cases are a form of skin cancer, making it one of the most common types in many countries.