Why Joopy?

Fights skin aging and skin cancer

Joopy Sun Shade is an easy
and effective way to protect
your skin from sun damage
while driving.

When we drive, one side of our
faces is always exposed to the
sun’s UV rays shining through
the side window.

This causes the skin on this side
to age faster than the other, even
with the use of sunscreen, and
leads to more wrinkles, sagging
and also more serious skin
conditions such as skin cancer.

Recent 2016 US medical research
even shows a likely link between
sun exposure through the side
window to increased rates
of cataracts.

Joopy Sun Shade has been
lab-tested to UPF50+, the highest
protection category, and helps
protect you from the harmful
effects of UV radiation

Blocks annoying glare and heat

Joopy Sun Shade provides
welcome shade for your face
and makes your drive much
more comfortable!

The hot sun shining through the
side window makes driving
unbearable in the mornings and
afternoons. We squint from the
glare and feel as if our faces are
slowly getting cooked!

The truth is, this heat and glare
also takes a toll on our energy
and concentration, wearing
us out and leading to unsafe


What’s wrong with the car’s visor?

Our cars have a sun visor that you
can flip over to the side window,
but these are usually too short to
shield your face when the sun’s
shining from the side.

Doesn’t the window glass block
UV rays?

The car’s side window glass
blocks most UVB rays but allows
most of the UVA rays to pass
through. These UVA rays penetrate
deep into our skin, damaging the
collagen and leading to sagging,
wrinkles and skin cancer.

What about window tinting?

Experts have argued over the
effectiveness of window tinting,
and even automotive bodies such
as the RACV, RACQ and RAA(SA)
question its benefits,
recommending against the
practice as it reduces the driver’s
visibility in low-light conditions
and can lead to accidents. And
there’s the cost!

Can the sun shade be bigger?

The sun shade is designed with
driving safety as a priority. It’s
sized to match the height of the
standard car visor and also to
keep the front portion of the
window clear so you can look
up at traffic lights and road signs.
It’s small but it makes a big