LogicInk tattoos to prevent your skin from hazardous UV rays

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is part of the electromagnetic spectrum emitted by the sun. Overexposure to UV may result in acute and chronic health effects on the skin, eye and immune system.

In order to prevent your skin from hazardous UV rays, a San Fransico based company, LogicInk Corporation have developed a tattoo that changes dynamically. The tattoo dubbed Logiclink Tattoos indicates your UV exposure comprehensively.

LogicInk
LogicInk

LogicInk is detailed to assist individuals with delicate or fair skin stay within safe UV constraints as characterized by the World Health Organization. In the event that your skin burns easily, you’ll need to re-apply sunscreen, conceal or discover shade before the last section turns totally pink.

Be that as it may, individuals of all skin compose can be hurt by an excessive amount of UV exposure. LogicInk causes everybody makes sure to make a move to prevent skin harm.

Unlike similar electronic-based products, LogicInk does not require a smartphone to know if you had enough sun for the day. LogicInk is thoughtfully designed with clear changing shapes and bold colors so you can see your UV status with just a glance.

Applied like a temporary tattoo, LogicInk senses from your sweat, skin volatiles, skin microbiome, or surrounding environment to provide live feedback.

How does it work?

LogicInk
LogicInk

The outer circle and bar turn fully pink when you reach the daily UV limit for sensitive skin, based on data from the World Health Organization.

The inner circle and dot show the current UV exposure in real-time.

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