Introducing the Future of Sun Protection

SunSense technology puts you in control of your UV exposure by letting you track and monitor your accumulated UV dose in real-time. With or without the use of sunscreen, SunSense will precisely measure the daily amount of exposure to the sun, and sound an alarm when the daily safe accumulated UV dose limit has been reached.

Home & Leisure

Avoiding sunburn due to UV over-exposure is the single most important preventative measure to lower your risk of contracting skin cancer. Protect yourself and your loved ones.

Professional Use

Are you exposed to sunlight at work? Are you a responsible employer looking for solutions and knowledge? Our products are an advanced new approach to dealing with the challenges related to sunburn and health issues at work

At Risk & Sensitive

Millions of people have skin conditions or are taking medications making their skin more sensitive to sunlight. Are you one of them? Read more about our innovative solutions.

Articles & Research

Protection Starts with Education

Sun exposure at work could lead to one skin cancer death a week, according to researchers based at Imperial College London. They further estimate that there are 48 deaths and 241 cases of melanoma skin cancer each year in Britain caused by ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun at work. Dr Lesley Rushton, lead researcher from […]


Children with prolonged vitamin D deficiency in the first decade of life are more likely to develop asthma and allergies, according to a new study. It has also revealed a “dark side” to the highly successful anti-skin cancer messaging, says Professor Katie Allen, of the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.


Uninsured, immigrant and minority communities in the United States may not be as aware of skin cancer as they should be, a recent study suggests, Reuters reports: “At a medical clinic in southern Florida, researchers surveyed members of these communities and found that nearly 25 percent had never heard of skin cancer, or melanoma, the […]


There is an ongoing need for physicians to educate their patients about the need for protection against both UV-A and UV-B radiation in preventing skin cancer and sunburns, a 20015 study from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine suggests: “Despite the recent changes in labeling mandated by the US Food and Drug Administration, this survey […]



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Introducing SunSense Pro

Take UV protection to the next level with a more advanced SunSense with Bluetooth connectivity and a smartphone app.

The app is configured with your skin type and other factors, and can if necessary tell you when to apply sunscreen. Updated UV forecasts can be received. Multiple sensors can be connected to the same app and smartphone, and alarm levels are set individually. Easy access to user manuals and other information. All in the same sleek and convenient size as our regular Sunsense One, just 23×5 mm. That also means all your accessories can be used with both the Sunsense One and the Sunsense Pro.

Flexible & Ergonomic



The Power to Measure

Understanding UV Rays

Ultraviolet (UV) light is electromagnetic radiation present in sunlight and other sources. Different skin types react differently to UV light. The first step to protection is understanding what you’re up against.

The UV Index

The ultraviolet index or UV Index is an international standard measurement of the strength of ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun at a particular place and time.
Learn More about the UV Index

Skin Types

There are 5 types of skin tone that reach differently to certain levels of UV exposure. Lighter skin types have a much lower threshold of tolerance for exposure, while darker skin types can tolerate more.
Learn More about Skin Types

About Sunscreen

The use of sunscreen will increase skin tolerance and exposure time before sunburns occur. Sunsense helps regulate extra exposure time to help you get the most out of your sunscreen!
Learn More about Sunscreen






Medical Endorsements

Doctor’s Orders

Here’s what medical professionals are saying about Sunsense

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation in sunlight is the most prominent and ubiquitous physical factor in our natural environment responsible both for photoaging of the skin and for developing skin cancer. The sun-seeking habits in our populations contributed strongly both to the increase in skin cancer observed in the last two decades and to photodamage. It is highly recommended for both children over the age of six months and grown-ups to use effective sunscreen under exposure for UV radiation. At the same time it is important to achieve sufficient UV stimulation in the skin for production of vitamin D. Vitamin is essential for absorption of calcium from the gut and plays very important role for bone health. Effective and reliable measure of UV index under sun exposure is therefore important tool to obtain enough UV stimulation in the skin for synthesis of vitamin D but on the same time to avoid sunburn.

Thomas Ternowitz

Dermatologist, professor, MD, PhD



90% of all skin care cases are considered preventable!



In the UK, a person dies every week from sun-related health problems due to UV exposure at work alone.


Of Americans

In the US 1 of 5 is expected to develop skin cancer in their lifetime, and almost 5 million are treated every year at the cost of $8.1 billion.