Body spray machines are a new, efficacious, and touch-free way to apply sunscreen, suncare products, and insect repellent.
A fixture within the indoor tanning industry used to apply sunless tanning products, body spray machines are expanding into new applications for body protective products like sunscreen, skin lotion, and insect repellent.
- Body spray machines can apply sunscreen over the whole body in just 10 seconds, offering more complete coverage in significantly less time than hand application.
- It is estimated that only about one third of consumers apply sunscreen correctly, a factor which may be fueling increases in skin cancer rates.
- Melanoma rates doubled in the US between 1982 and 2011 and are also rising globally. Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer.
- Body spray machines may also be an effective way to dispense insect repellent to guard against insect-borne diseases like Lyme disease.
- Lyme disease is transmitted by ticks and can affect up to 40% of patients with lingering, debilitating symptoms like swollen joints and severe fatigue, even after treatment.
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