Scorching sunbed woes could be solved thanks to a new invention that’s being unveiled to the world in Dubai.
Koulsdown world’s first self-cooling sunbed promises to revolutionise the way we relax outdoors.
This snazzy lounger is the brainchild of Brit Jay Ventham, who was inspired on holiday after suffering rashes and burns on a sunbed that had cooked in 36c heat.
So, how does it work?
The cooling bed and seating range is made from memory foam and has a patented gel lining that keeps the furniture cool, stopping sunbathers from scorching their skin when they lie down.
Not only that, but the laboratory-developed gel also reduces body temperature by two degrees – meaning those who use it can enjoy hours outside without growing uncomfortable. But you should still slather on the SPF, obviously.
Other “why didn’t I think of that?” inventions appearing at the three-day show include a treadmill that can power your home, so you can actually run away from high energy bills.
The Leisure Show Dubai 2017 will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre from 18th-20th September. Entry is free if you register at www.theleisureshow.com