Vitamin D Tracker

Find out how your UV exposure today compares with recommended UV exposure for vitamin D. This tool is also available on the free SunSmart app.





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Are you getting enough sun for vitamin D?

Find out how your UV exposure today compares with recommendations for vitamin D.


Well done! You appear to getting some sun, which can help with your vitamin D.

You may not be getting enough sun exposure for vitamin D.

For your vitamin D today, aim for 20 - 30 minutes of sun exposure during the middle of the day.

However, given you are outside for extended periods from 10am - 3pm, sun protection is required.

A good way to do this is to go outside for a brisk lunchtime walk with your sleeves rolled up.

Sunscreen and sun protection is not required today unless you are near reflective surfaces such as snow or spending extended periods in the sun.

Sun protection is not required today unless you are near reflective surfaces such as snow or spending extended periods in the sun.

For your vitamin D today, aim for sun exposure of an hour or more with as much skin exposed as possible during the middle of the day. A good way to do this is to go outside for a brisk lunchtime walk with your sleeves rolled up.

There are many factors that affect the production of vitamin D in the skin. Some people may not be able to meet their vitamin D needs through UV exposure and diet alone. If you are concerned about your vitamin D levels, consult your doctor.

Sunscreen is not required.

Sun protection is required today. Most people only need a few minutes of sun exposure on most days of the week to help with vitamin D.

Given your skin type, you may not need to apply sunscreen today but you should still wear a hat or sunglasses to protect your eyes. Spend some time in the sunshine each day to help with your vitamin D.

Disclaimer :
There are many factors that affect the production of vitamin D in the skin. Some people may not be able to meet their vitamin D needs through UV exposure and diet. If you are concerned about your vitamin D levels, consult your doctor.

Disclaimer :
There are many factors that affect the production of vitamin D in the skin.


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