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  • L’Oréal makes skin care tech
  • L’Oréal makes skin care tech
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L’Oréal makes skin care tech

Is there such a thing as too much sun? The high rates of skin cancer in some of the world's hot spots suggests there is. L’Oréal is making its first foray into the tech sphere with a UV-sensitive skin patch, joining the growing ranks of beauty brands that are expanding into tech.

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