From time to time I’ve backed interesting crowdfunding projects that could potentially be helpful to me managing my health. I even have an archive page you can find that indexes many of the devices I’ve looked into & some that I have even tried out over the course of my blogging.
I saw this the other day, & thought it was worth backing. Because one of the issues I’ve always had with wearing & applying sunscreen is trying to reach hard-to-reach areas & sometimes missing spots. Or wondering if I’m getting even coverage throughout my body.
This gadget, Sunscreenr, addresses that.
It will take on increasing importance post-transplant as many of my meds will make me even more sensitive to the sun on a year-round basis.
So for me, it was worth backing because it will pay for itself in months.
(DISCLAIMER: I was not paid by this company or sent a free device. I ordered the device on my own from Indiegogo, a crowdfunding site. I thought highlighting this gadget might be a useful way to share information with others who might be interested or needing such a device for their own personal health. This analysis in no way constitutes medical advice or product endorsement. I try to keep the devices I select for personal use, profiling, & reviewing in an affordable price range. Often $50 or less where possible. This is $93, but I felt it served a unique purpose. If a device is more expensive than $50, I make that clear & try to point its practicality & uniqueness in assisting me with my personal health.)