Could this wearable UV tracker help protect your skin from the sun?
As we head into summer, a lot of us are starting to think about protecting our skin, but is applying sunscreen enough?
About 96,480 people are expected to be diagnosed and 7,230 will die of melanoma this year, according to the American Cancer Society.
Sun protection has gone high-tech as a number of wearables and apps designed to track exposure to damaging ultraviolet rays have come onto the market.
La Roche-Posay launched the first battery-free wearable sun safety sensor in the United States in January. The My Skin Track UV sensor is a little larger than a quarter and tracks your skin’s UV exposure.
“GMA” spoke to leading dermatologists to see how the device works. Here’s what they had to say.