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  • SunSmart apps

    There are two apps that you can download to help you protect your skin from harmful UV. 

    You can use the SunSmart app to check daily sun protection times for your location each day. The sun protection times will tell you when the UV is 3 and above, and protecting your skin in five ways is recommended. It allows you to set up daily notifications and two-hourly sunscreen reminders too. You can also download the free SunSmart widget to your website, which will automatically sync SunSmart information from the Bureau of Meteorology straight to your webpage.

    You can also use the seeUV app, which combines augmented reality with real-time UV levels to demonstrate the harm that you could be doing to your skin, even though you can’t see or feel it. 

        


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    Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

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