Amaze Kids Love sundicators Stickers
sundicators Stickers Save Kids’ Skin!
We love sundicators stickers and are proud to be the first childcare company in Queensland to use them — all of our childcare centres, before and after school and vacation care centres now use these fun and useful stickers.
The kids love wearing the stickers and are excited to learn how to look after their skin by seeing the sticker change colour when they need to reapply sunscreen!
How they work
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Australia and it is largely preventable; especially if you protect kids when they’re young. By minimising kids exposure to UV you can minimise the risk of them developing skin cancer and melanoma when they’re older.
sundicators patented colour changing technology measures your daily dose of UVA & UVB (broad spectrum) exposure.
Putting sunscreen on the sundicators mimics the SPF protection the sunscreen is giving your body – there is no more guessing.
- Colour changes are UV activated
- Sunscreen is applied to skin and the Stickers or Bands
- Bands and Stickers are single-use
- Waterproof – works in fresh and salt water
- Works with any sunscreen – cream, spray or lotion
sundicators make it fun and easy for kids to remember to reapply sunscreen and when to get avoid the sun or cover up!
Easy Step-by-step Guide
Step 1: Activate
Activate the Sticker or Band by exposing it to direct sunlight for 3 minutes.
When new from the pack sundicators are white (as below). When fully activated, the Band will turn deep purple and the Sticker will turn bright blue (as Step. 2)
Step 2: Apply Sunscreen to sundicator
Secure Wristband or place Sticker on wrist or clothing. When sundicators turns dark purple/bright blue, apply sunscreen to the product and allow 15 minutes for sunscreen to dry before getting sundicators wet.
Step 3: Reminder to Reapply
When sundicators begin to turn to a lighter colour, this is your reminder to reapply sunscreen. Reapply to the sundicators and your skin at the same time, following the exact directions on your sunscreen label.
Step 4: Cover Up or Avoid Sun
Cover your skin or avoid the sun when sundicators turn to an off-white or cream colour. You have reached your maximum recommended daily UVA & UVB exposure. Your sundicators have finished monitoring UV and is not reusable.