Galderma Germany had contracted me and my UV cameras for a Blogger Event in Berlin to show the effect of dangerous UV radiation on human skin and the effect of using their medical sun protection product.
Actinica® Lotion is a highly effective medical device with broad spectrum UV protection. It has been developed especially for people who are at a higher risk than others to develop skin cancer due to UV exposure. It is the first and only medical device with demonstrated effectiveness in the prevention of various forms of NMSC (Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer) in a clinical study and showed a 53% reduction of actinic keratosis lesions within two years of regular administration of Actinica® Lotion and no new invasive squamous cell carcinoma within two years following regular administration of Actinica® Lotion. Actinica® Lotion contains a combination of modern photostable
UV filters, which cover a broad spectrum to absorb, reflect and scatter
UV radiation. It is highly effective in protecting skin from
ultraviolet B (UVB) as well as from ultraviolet A (UVA) radiation.
Regulations for Actinica® Lotion are different to those that apply to cosmetic products. The UV protection level of Actinica®
Lotion has been tested according to the European cosmetic requirements
for sunscreens: its UVB and UVA protection level meets the highest
category, “very high UV protection”.
So here a few shots from that Blogger event in Berlin with my UV camera in action, showing participants how to correctly apply sunscreen and the effect of proper protection.
Ryan Hursh for sisterMAG Eventlocation: GebrüderFritz, Berlin
I have previously written about that HERE
Stay tuned, more will follow on that fascinating subject...