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DermaGard

A specially developed clear Ultra-Violet filtering film that cuts out harmful UV whilst allowing visible light to pass unhindered.

DermaGard is a technically advanced, clear polyester coating which is applied to existing glass. It keeps out almost all the Ultra-Violet light, while allowing daylight and clear vision through the glass - making life normal for the whole family. It goes on working day in day out, and its scratch resistant coating ensures it is easily cleaned and needs no maintenance. The film can also be applied to the family car for even more freedom, and is being installed in playgroups, schools, dermatology clinics...WHEREVER THERE IS GLASS

UV Sensitivity conditions

Worldwide, there are millions of people who suffer from sensitivity to Ultra-Violet light to some degree, and many for whom exposure to UV is, ultimately, life-threatening. The distressing symptoms range
from inconvenient and painful prickly-heat type reactions to the potentially life-threatening conditions which affect the sufferers of the more severe, but much rarer, groups of diseases such as xeroderma pigmentosum. For these sufferers, exposure to UV can affect the skin, the nervous system and eyes, and without constant monitoring can lead to cancers. Many of these conditions are genetic, and therefore most
likely to affect children, but in some cases the effects can be delayed until adulthood.

For most of these sufferers, and their fam ilies, life has to be lived away from sunlight, often behind closed curtains, and venturing outdoors is only to be done at night, or muffled in protective clothing.
Now many sufferers are finding life a liHle brighter, as they can open the curtains and enjoy the sunshine. In most instances, the film can be applied within a day, to all the windows and other glass panels, without disruption or mess.
It is inexpensive, and help with the cost is often available through local Social Services ar supporters organisations. Your dermatology clinic should have details.

Case history

Two lancashire children with Xeroderma Pigmentosum.

With this genetic condition, exposure to UV in sunlight cause a delayed and persistent sunburn-like reaction, caused b) the impairment of the ability of DNA ta repair itself Understandably, for most of their lives they were kept behind closed curtains - with the rest of the family "in the dark."
The solution was the application of UV DermaGard to all the windows in their home, and in the family car. The same film he also been used to treat the windows of their local school making regular attendance possible.

"They are transformed. It is wonderful to watch them enjoying everyday sights such as the postman and the milkman" The children's father

Specialists comments...

"I encourage my patients to have this film installed at home and in the car, school or workplace as treated windows can make a significant improvement to their quality of life."
Dr Sheru George
MBChB MRCP Consultant Dermatologist
AMERSHAM HOSPITAL, BUCKS

"This film is helping to maintain a more normal environment for the children to grow up in."
Dr James Ferguson
BSc FRCP Consultant Dermatologist
NINEWELLS HOSPITAL, DUNDEE,

"15% of the population suffer from such diseases, some of them very severely, with the use of your film they are likely to be considerably less
affected."
Dr John Hawk
BSc MD FRCP Consultant Dermatologist
GUY'S and ST.THOMAS'S HOSPITALS, LONDON.

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