reminder bands

10 Quick Facts About Sunburn Alert

1. Our UV Wristbands and Stickers make it fun and easy to remember when it's time to reapply sunscreen and seek shade. 

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2. Our patented color changing technology detects harmful UVA & UVB rays.

3. The bands and stickers work wet or dry and are ideal for children and adults.

4. They can be used with any sunscreen, whether it is a cream, spray or lotion.

5. Wristbands are adjustable to fit any size wrist- both kids and adults.

6. They can be recycled after one day of use.

7. You can find us in stores! 

8. When the Body Sticker begins turning blue, this is your reminder that your sunscreen is losing its Sun Protection Factor (SPF) and you need to reapply to the skin and wristband again.

9. When the band begins turning red, this is your reminder that your sunscreen is losing its Sun Protection Factor (SPF) and you need to reapply to the skin and wristband again.

10. They come in 15 and 30 packs.

 

UV Wristbands- How They Work

Our UV Wristbands make it fun and easy for kids and adults to remember to reapply sunscreen and cover up when you've had too much sun. But, how do they work?

Our UV Wristbands detect harmful UVA & UVB rays from the sun and with our patented technology, change color the longer you are in the sun. The secret is the special patented photo-chromic dyes imbedded in the band that change colors when exposed to the UV radiation of the sun, the same harmful UV radiation that we wear sunscreen to protect ourselves from. 

Check out this step by step tutorial of how each UV Wristband works:

Step 1: Activate the band by exposing it to direct sunlight for 3 minutes.

Step 2: When band turns dark purple, apply sunscreen to entire band and allow 15 minutes for sunscreen to dry on band before getting band wet. 

Step 3: When band begins to turn to a lighter color, this is your reminder to reapply sunscreen. Reapply to the band and your skin at the same time, following the exact directions on your sunscreen label. 

Step 4: Cover your skin or get out of the sun when the band turns to an off-white or cream color. You have reached your maximum recommended UVA/UVB exposure for the day.