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iSland Sun Mist: To many people on the island apply the wrong amount of screen lotion, with the help of Sunscreenmist this will change that!

Welcome to the beautiful island of St.Maarten
Hundreds of tourist come to island to enjoy the wonderful beaches.
The problem what is a high concern is that not the right amount of sun lotion is applied correctly to body leaving un touched portions of the skin exposed to the the UV radiation of the sun.

According the EPA

The UV Index scale used in the United States conforms with international guidelines for UVI reporting established by the World Health Organization . Learn how to read the UV index Scale to help you avoid harmful exposure to UV radiation.

The Solution

After hours and days of research to find the right and ideal solution for this problem, we came across a company called SunScreen Mist that has a great way to help get every inch of your body covered with sunscreen using mist. Lotion sunscreen spray.

They produce arrange of products that are Borad Spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 15 or 30 SPF Sports Formula protection. Anti-aging/Anti-wrinkle formula enriched with moisturizers and skin nutrients.

In 2011 we began to have talks with the company and we are ready to put these products on the island and help fight the cancer.

Mini sunscreen mist station

Health Effects of Overexposure to the Sun

Ozone layer depletion decreases our atmosphere’s natural protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. This Web page provides a quick overview of the major health problems linked to overexposure to UV radiation. Understanding these risks and taking a few sensible precautions will help you enjoy the sun while lowering your chances of sun-related health problems.

Skin cancer (melanoma and nonmelanoma)
Premature aging of the skin and other skin problems
Cataracts and other eye damage
Immune system suppression

Did You Know?

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and from tanning beds is classified as a human carcinogen by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the World Health Organization.

You receive higher UV exposure on snow, sand, water or concrete because these surfaces reflect UV rays. Altitude. You also get more UV radiation at high altitudes, such as the mountains, and low latitudes, such as areas close to the Equator or the Caribbean.

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