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La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV Sensor

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La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV Sensor

My Skin Track UV

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Introducing

La Roche-Posay Laboratoire Dermatologique

My Skin Track UV

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the first ever

battery free UV sensor

to track your skin’s UV exposure

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Smart phone powered

No charging necessary

Seamlessly pairs with My Skin Track UV App

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Sends instant UV alerts

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Provides real-time humidity updates

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Provides real-time pollution updates

[Pollution level on mobile screen]

Provides real-time pollen updates

[Pollen count on mobile screen]

Gives customized skincare and product advice

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Integrates into your everyday

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Better looking skin

starts with healthy habits

La Roche-Posay Laboratoire Dermatologique

Developed with L’Oréal Research & Innovation

La Roche-Posay Laboratoire Dermatologique

  • Overview

    Establish effective habits that can lead to better skin with the La Roche-Posay My Skin Track wearable UV sensor and its companion app. The sensor measures and tracks your personal UV exposure and provides pollution, pollen, and humidity information based on your location. Using that information, the app offers personalized tips and skincare recommendations that can help improve your healthy skin regimen.

    Highlights

    Wearable and battery-free—no need for charging

    Able to track and store data to help monitor exposure over time

    Waterproof

    Versatile—just clip to your sunglasses, watchband, or other convenient spot

    Provides product recommendations/skincare regimen tailored to you

    What’s in the Box

    La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV Sensor

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    Tech Specs

    Other Features : Health App Compatible, Waterproof

    Internet Access : Some Features Require Internet Access

    Height : 0.53 in./1.35 cm (with clip)

    Length : 1.3 in./3.3 cm (with clip)

    Width : 0.5 in./1.26 cm

    Weight : 0.6 oz./17 g (with clip)

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number : S3336100

    UPC or EAN No. : HML02

    Warranty

    Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

  • iPhone Models

  • 3.5 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Revolution for monitoring skin exposure

      So far, this device has been very easy to use. The device itself is small, relatively unobtrusive, and can be clipped onto any place on the body. You can simply So far, this device has been very easy to use. The device itself is small, relatively unobtrusive, and can be clipped onto any place on the body. You can simply tap the phone (with the app open) next to the device and it automatically calculates your UV light exposure. While I've only had this for a day, it is easy enough to use that it will integrate seamlessly as a long-term part of my skin-care routine. It's really frustrating to do outdoor activities and not understand how much sun exposure I've actually received. I think that this will be invaluable to making sure I've put on enough sunscreen to prevent sunburns. One thing to note. The initial setup with the iPhone app was simple and very fast; however, I would have appreciated not having to give personal information to L'Oreal during the signup process. This is an issue separate from the actual operation of the device, but since the app is required for use it's something to be aware of if you are privacy conscious.

      • Written by Tyler R from Goleta

      55 of 57 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Revolution for monitoring skin exposure

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      No real-time tracking, no exposure warning, lots of ads

      The sensor may be tracking UV exposure, but your phone with the companion app does not. Only when you scan the sensor (slow and cumbersome) does the app get an The sensor may be tracking UV exposure, but your phone with the companion app does not. Only when you scan the sensor (slow and cumbersome) does the app get an update of accumulated exposure. This takes some practice and a minute or two of concentration, not practical to do frequently while out for a run or ride. In practice this means there is no warning when you reach UV exposure limit. No reminder to seek shade. Only when you scan the sensor at the end of the day, can you check if that painful sensation on your skin may be sunburn. Most of the app is just another weather app. You can get all that without paying for hardware. Oh, and even though you pay for this product, it still spams the user with a constant stream of ads.

      • Written by Armin K from Cupertino

      23 of 23 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?No real-time tracking, no exposure warning, lots of ads

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Innovative Device

      The overall concept of the device is interesting and I can definitely see how it can be useful to understand how much sun exposure you're actually receiving. Th The overall concept of the device is interesting and I can definitely see how it can be useful to understand how much sun exposure you're actually receiving. The hardware and sensor is very light and when you clip it on, you barely feel it. I think in the future, the sensor should come fully assembled. When I first received the product, it looked like it was ready to go; but then once you open the package, you have to take additional steps to set everything up. Other than that, great start so far!

      • Written by Cassie L from Naperville

      18 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Innovative Device

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Useless for now

      Great idea but poorly developed. I bought it to be able to see “big” picture of how much UV radiation am I receiving during the day. It shows me my daily perce Great idea but poorly developed. I bought it to be able to see “big” picture of how much UV radiation am I receiving during the day. It shows me my daily percentage but it does NOt import this data to Health app, but what it does it imports daily UV index from the app. Why do i need sensor to import UV index that is taken from weather server? Developers please, change it! Make it to import my actual UV exposure into Health app! Thanks.

      • Written by Svitozar R from Calgary

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Useless for now

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Gimmick?

      I've only had the sensor a few days, it never scans at the first attempt; like the Postman it only knocks twice ! and it's readings vary in an unexpected way: I I've only had the sensor a few days, it never scans at the first attempt; like the Postman it only knocks twice ! and it's readings vary in an unexpected way: I understan under heavy cloud there is a likelyhood that there will be no UV, but under whispy clouds ?. It also gives readings in percentages, one cloudless day 160% (I didn't know this was possible, and can only assume it's bad) and the next with a few clouds as mentioned previously 23% ?. It would be helpful if it gave more information regarding these readings. It would seem that the device is aimed a much younger more beauty conscious demographic than a 50+ year old man who has concerns regarding skin Cancer (due to a mis-spent youth), who would rather not have more lumps cut out of his back, so was hoping this device would assist in decision making - but alas not. One of the functions of this device is just to sell more product which I have come to the conclusion is the main aim of La Roche-Posay in producing this sensor. ...' Tis a pity

      • Written by Duncan W

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Gimmick?

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Great BUT Falls Off!

      When I first got it, it didn't have good coverage where I was living (Cusco region of Peru). I enjoyed using it at first when there was coverage. I lost it on a When I first got it, it didn't have good coverage where I was living (Cusco region of Peru). I enjoyed using it at first when there was coverage. I lost it on a flight, so am going to try another one using safety pins to secure it.

      • Written by Paulette W from Berlin

      0 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great BUT Falls Off!

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