Stop UV Rays from Damaging Skin and Furnishings with Window Film

May 22, 2020

UV rays emit radiation and are present every single day, even when it’s cloudy or rainy. No wonder leading beauty and dermatology experts recommend wearing SPF protection everywhere we go, and not just when it’s noticeably hot or bright outside.

The sun’s UV rays from can be classified two ways; first, there are UVB rays, the ones that cause your skin to burn, and then UVA rays, which cause your skin to tan and furniture to fade. Despite UVA rays being less intense than UVB, they are 30 to 50 times more prevalent.

While some will still strive for the perfect tan, the sun’s damage is very real, and evident through sun spots on your skin and fade on your furnishings and artwork. In fact, UV rays are the leading cause of skin cancer and are responsible for 40% of interior fading. So how can you enjoy the sun, nature’s source of life while protecting yourself?

With the internet full of attempts at recipes to soothe your sunburned skin and restore color to your furniture, how about a tried and tested way to stop the sun’s damage before it starts?

Layr’s 3M window films block 99.9% of UV rays, meaning you can enjoy your glass doors and windows, without fear of damage. These films are proven and rated by the National Fenestration Council and are recommended by the National Skin Cancer Foundation.

Ultraviolet light, along with visible and infrared light, comprises the solar spectrum, and our comprehensive sun control films can reduce a window’s solar heat gain by up to 70% while maintaining excellent interior visibility!

While all Layr window films block 99.9% of dangerous UV rays, we have different options based on aesthetic and budget preferences to block varying amounts of visible and infrared light. Protect yourself and your property from the sun’s hidden dangers with Layr today.

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