Sola made top 100 in Health & Fitness category in App Store, as of this post. Hopefully it’ll stay there for a while.
Turns out Sola Sun UV Tracker & Timer was featured in an article on AppPicker: 5 Tanning Apps To Have Before Going To The Beach
Quarantine tanning #quarantinetanning is becoming a favorite pastime for many. Make sure to do it responsibly with Sola.
Some news I wanted to share – started building an Android version of the Sola Sun UV Calculator and Timer. Meanwhile, if you own an iPhone, make sure to download my app if you want to manage your suntan experience and avoid sunburns.
Get Sola Sun UV Calculator / Timer for $.99 before the price increases in the upcoming season.
Sola is the app that takes the guesswork out of understanding how much sun exposure you are getting, whether you want to minimize UV intake from sunlight, or optimize sunburn-free tanning time.
Turns out the certificate expired a few days ago and I missed the reminder. Sorry for the inconvenience, visitor!
To celebrate the US Independence Day, Sola’s in-app purchase to upgrade is now $0. Ends July 5th.
The first part of this article on WikiHow describes how to get a tan without sunburns. It makes very good points, especially building your tan slowly, which cannot be overemphasized.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment.
Check out their report on sunscreens: https://www.ewg.org/sunscreen/report/8-little-known-facts-about-sunscreens/
FDA is considering a new rule for sunscreens: Sunscreen Drug Products for Over-the-Counter Human Use , recognizing only two ingredients as safe and effective – zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, and warning against PABA and trolamine salicylate as no longer safe.
More information at FDA website: https://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm631736.htm