The Canadian Cancer Society is showcasing a new tool that shows the effects of sun damage on the skin. A UV photobooth that uses “AprilAge” age progression software produces a photograph depicting a person’s face having aged naturally and one after aging with sun damage. The P.E.I. Division of the Canadian Cancer Society will be launching this new UV photobooth on July 26, 3-4:30 p.m., on Victoria Row in Charlottetown. Members of the public will have the opportunity to try the photo-booth, speak with P.E.I. dermatologist Dr. Catherine Rodriguez and take away free sun safety swag and education materials.