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Solbari blog: Which occupations have the highest risk of skin cancer?

Which occupations have the highest risk of skin cancer?

Any role which involves being outside for more than an hour a day means that you are routinely exposed to the sun and therefore at risk of sun burn, skin ageing and skin cancer. Over 90% of skin cancers are caused by sun exposure.

We have listed a number of jobs which will expose you to a higher risk of sun exposure and therefore skin cancer.

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Work-related sun protection is tax deductible in Australia & New Zealand

Work-related sun protection is tax deductible in Australia & New Zealand

Individuals who spend long periods of time outdoors for work may be eligible to claim tax deductions for sun protective products each year.

Read our blog to find out more and how you may be able to benefit.

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Why didn't my sunscreen work?

Why didn't my sunscreen work?

This blog describes the potential reasons why the sunscreen you used didn't work to the level you expected. Sunscreen should be considered a "last resort" not a primary means of sun protection. Dermatologists agree that wearing UPF 50+ sun protective clothing and a broad brim sun hat is the best way to prevent sunburn.
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Don't miss these 7 areas!

Don't miss these 7 areas!

In this blog we highlight 7 areas which people often forget to protect and can cause serious sunburns and skin damage...

1. Ears: Have you ever had blistering, peeling ears? Well, it's pretty painful and not a good look. Don't forget to apply sunscreen on your ears, the upper area and behind them. 

2. Eyelids: It's a very delicate area, where the skin is sensitive and thin. Category 3 sunglasses will help protect the eyes as well as a wide brim sun hat.

Click here to read more...

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UPF and SPF:  Your questions, answered

UPF and SPF: Your questions, answered

This blog provides some answers to the most common questions we get asked about sun protection and the UPF and SPF ratings.
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How do I keep my skin looking young?

How do I keep my skin looking young?

This blog confirms that skin ageing is primarily due to cumulative exposure to the sun. A study led by Monash University highlighted that Australian women reported facial ageing up to 20 years earlier than those based in the USA. UPF 50+ sun protective clothing is recommended as the best way to prevent skin ageing.
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Want healthier skin?  Nutrition plays an important role

Want healthier skin? Nutrition plays an important role

Many of us are concerned with not only our general health but also the health of our skin. Good nutrition can help us maintain an attractive complexion, as well as look and feel healthy. 

We have compiled a list of foods, nutrients and vitamins which can contribute to your skin looking healthier.

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Solbari featured in The Daily Mail

Solbari featured in The Daily Mail

Solbari has been featured in The Daily Mail in a healthy guide to gardening. 'The ears, hairline and neck are all hot spots for the two most common types of skin cancer — squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma — yet many people forget to protect these areas when gardening,' says Dr Anton Alexandroff, a consultant dermatologist at BMI The Manor Hospital in Bedford.
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