HappySun showcase during 2nd Anti-Aging Sun Protection Summit in Prague
SiHealth CEO Emilio Simeone speech on the role of technology and HappySun solution
The demographic trends and the growing interest for better appearance and prevention are driving the development of the anti-aging and sun-care market. Its global value is expected to reach 216,5 USD billion in 2021 (it was about 140 billion in 2015). Sun protection alone is forecasted 11.1 billion by 2020.
During the Anti-Aging Sun Protection Summit, held in Prague – 14 and 15 May 2018, the new trends and scientific innovations on skin care and sun protection were discussed by several panels of dermatologists, cosmetologists, anti-ageing experts …
Most of the new formulation have moved beyond basic UV protection and offer added benefits i.e. counter balance the effects of pollution and slow skin-ageing.
Innovation is not restricted to formulations and substances. New technologies can improve skin care and sun protection as well. Wearables and digital health tools are core drivers of the evolution in healthcare and Emilio Simeone’s talk on “The role of Digital System Solar Photoprotection” earned a very good interest.
Our team was involved in several discussions and knowledge sharing with R&D attendants and the overall approach of the HappySun solution was greatly appreciated for its technical robustness and holistic mode as well.
Vitamin D is crucial to stay healthy. We all know it spurs bone growth and insufficient level of vitamin D can therefore trigger osteoporosis
Ultraviolet eye protection is important. UV exposure can lead to skin cancers in the eyes and on the eyelids and damage cornea, lens and other parts of the eye
Photo-types classification describes how sensitive you are to sunburns and related risk of skin damages and skin cancer.
Skin cancer, nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC) and cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM), is the most frequent cancer worldwide
The middle layer of our skin, the dermis, contains collagen, elastin and other fibers that support our skin structure; UV radiations (UVA and UVB) cause damages to these elements and trigger photoaging.