New Metallic Collar Reflects Health Rays of Sun on Face, 1932

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A new apparatus for directing the health-giving rays of the sun to the face, known as the “Rivierasonne,” has been introduced in Berlin in 1932. The device is made out of a thin metal and shaped like a large collar.

Health-giving rays from the sun are attracted to this thin metal collar and directed onto the face by means of the multiple reflectors. Flexible metal allows adjustment.
The metal collar collects the sun’s rays and throws them onto the face by means of a multiple reflector. Being extremely flexible, the apparatus, shown in the photo, can be adjusted to any angle to catch the rays and reflect them as desired.

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