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Zwei Radfahrer - Zielgruppe ajuma UV-Bodyguard
For athletes & outdoor fans

Whether cycling, hiking or skiing - you are exposed to UV radiation even on cloudy days more than you think. In addition, there is stronger UV radiation at high altitudes or due to the reflection on water or in the snow. If there is not enough protection, sunburn and skin cancer are the consequences. The UV-BODYGUARD warns you before it's too late.


Mutter mit 2 Kindern am Strand
For families & kids

Children are particularly sensitive to the sun. Due to the strong scattering of UV radiation, we are not completely protected even in the shade. With the UV-BODYGUARD you protect yourself and your children individually against sunburn and skin cancer - because the skin remembers every sunburn for a lifetime.


How it works

Download the UV-BODYGUARD APP for free and off you go!
1 – Connect

Connect the UV-BODYGUARD to the UV-BODYGUARD APP by Bluetooth.

2 – Individualize

For your individual user profile, enter your skin type and the sun protection factor of your sunscreen.

3 – Protect

The app shows you how strong the sun is and what percentage of your healthy UV dose has been used - and you will receive a warning.

App-Screen von ajuma UV-BODYGUARD App

The UV-BODYGUARD has to be connected with the UV-BODYGUARD APP for Android or iOS. With the app you see how strong the UV radiation is in real time and what percentage of your healthy UV dose has been used up. It warns you if your time in the sun is up and shows you, how long you should stay in the sun to fill up your vitamin D level. for a healthy balance between vitamin D deficiency and sunburn.

Learn more
How does the UV BODYGUARD work?
The UV-BODYGUARD measures the UV radiation and sends the data to the app. Additional satellite data (ozone values, position of the sun) are used to reliably calculate the UV radiation that affects your skin.


More about sun protection & vitamin D level

Hautkrebs gehört zu den häufigsten Krebserkrankungen in Deutschland. Als größter Risikofaktor gilt die UV-Strahlung und somit vor allem Sonnenbrände. Lies, wie Sonnenbrand und Hautkrebs zusammenhängen und wie du dich schützen kannst.

Im Winter ist die Sonne schwächer als im Sommer. Aber Achtung! Auch im Winter kannst du deiner Haut schaden. Besonders in den Bergen und im Schnee besteht Sonnenbrandgefahr. Lies, wie du dich schützt.

Egal ob Berge oder Meer - bald geht es in den Urlaub? Dann haben wir ein paar Tipps für dich, wie du dich und deine Liebsten auch im Urlaub vor zu viel Sonne schützen kannst.


You can also buy our UV-BODYGUARD here
Germany (EUR €)