Skinwalkers, a wearable device worn by celebrities and celebrities fans, has been linked to skin cancer.
According to a new study, more than 2,000 people in the United States who were on a trial of the device reported having their skin cancer risk elevated.
Researchers at the University of Florida found that people who used the wearable devices were more likely to report having skin cancer than people who didn’t.
The researchers found that among people who had been wearing the devices for one to six months, people who wore the devices reported higher skin cancer rates than people not wearing the wearable.
“We found that the risk of developing skin cancer was much higher for people who were wearing the skin walk, compared to those who were not wearing it,” Dr. Paul S. Siegel, the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of dermatology at the College of Medicine at the U. of Florida, said in a press release.
“Skinwalkers may be associated with a greater risk of skin cancer overall, but that risk may be particularly high among those who are wearing them for longer periods of time.”
Skinwalker use has skyrocketed since the device was introduced in 2013.
The wearable device was made by a company called Otsuka, and it has become a popular choice among celebrities, athletes, and fitness buffs who want to stay hydrated while walking around.
But some skinwalkers report that they feel uncomfortable wearing the device, because they feel it gives them too much control over their skin.
Skinwalk to the Future: What’s Next for Otsukas Wearable Skinwalker?
Otsuks Wearable has been gaining traction in the fitness industry, and its creators hope that wearable skinwalker wear will become more popular.
According the company, there are more than 10,000 products and more than 200 brands in its portfolio.
The company plans to launch a smart watch in the second quarter of 2019 that will track the steps a user takes and the amount of time they spend wearing the Skinwalker.
Skinwalker users will also be able to log how long they’ve been wearing it, and their body mass index will be tracked.
“The Otsumeans Wearable Wearable will be an intelligent wearable device that will be able record data and help consumers in the medical field to improve their health,” Siegel said.
“The data collected by the Wearable could help to inform personalized medical treatments and help with the management of the skin cancer.”
Skinwalker will also have a medical alert function, which will be used to let users know if they’re suffering from any of the symptoms of skin cancers.
The device will also allow users to customize their wearable.
Otsukya has been making wearable skin walkering products since 2012, and recently added a third product to its lineup.
This product is called Skinwalker Plus, and the company is currently looking for a manufacturing partner.