Tips on how to maintain healthy skin

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Tips on how to maintain healthy skin
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At Solbari, we know that prevention is the best cure when it comes to keeping skin healthy and protecting skin against the risks of melanoma and skin cancer.

There are many ways to stay safe in the sun, make positive skin choices and embrace a life outdoors.

Here are our tips to healthy, protected skin all year round:

  1. Wear sunscreen daily - Choose a broad-spectrum SPF50+ daily. Broad-spectrum sunscreens block UVA and UBA rays and are best applied generously on all exposed areas of skin 20 minutes before exposure, and reapplied every throughout the day, especially if you’ve been swimming or sweating.
  2. Choose UPF50+ fabrics - engineered to protect you, UPF50+ certified fabrics offer the highest sun protection on the market, blocking up to 98% of UV rays from reaching the skin. Here at Solbari, every product is tested and rated UPF50+ by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), the gold standard in UV protection testing. Explore our range of UPF50+ clothing here.
  3. Opt for broad brim protection - stay safe in style with a UPF50+ broad brim hat that offers shade to the face, ears and neck.
  4. Wear sunglasses that block UV Radiation.
  5. Seek shade when possible - remember that even on cloudy days, 80% of UV rays can still pass through the clouds. Heat is not equal to UV and even on cooler days, the UV can still be strong and sun protection is recommended.Remember that heat is not equal to UV. Even on cooler sunny days, the UV can still be strong and sun protection is recommended.

Skin damage that can lead to potential melanomas and skin cancers is cumulative, making small changes to your daily habits can improve your skin health and vitality for years to come.

Explore Solbari's certified UPF50+ sun protective range via the links below:
Women UPF 50+
Men UPF 50+
Sun hats UPF 50+
Accessories UPF 50+ 
SPF 50+ Sunscreen

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