26 Oct '14, 1pm

Suncayr Color-Charging Marker Lets You Know When Its Time to Reapply Sunscreen

can be great protection against harmful ultraviolet rays–that is if you can remember to reapply it every couple of hours. Enter the Suncayr marker, a James Dyson Award -winning design that uses color-changing ink to remind us when to reapply sunscreen. The application process is easy: users draw any design using the marker on their skin before applying sunscreen over the area; after the sunscreen is rubbed or washed away, the ink will change color to let you know when its time to reapply.

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