Solbari is an Australian award-winning brand producing effective and stylish UPF 50+ clothing and accessories with customers in over 80 countries. We have teamed up with a number of global healthcare leaders to help spread the word about the benefits of sun protection and their efforts to diagnose, treat and support those impacted by skin cancer and other skin conditions.
We exist for the cause
Best sun protection ever
"Since I bought this hat I no longer need to apply sunscreen to the top of ears or back of the neck. I wear this when doing gardening and I'm not left with that yucky sticky feeling. I also wear this hat when I swim in the sea! Love love love it! 5 stars Solbari!"
Steve - Melbourne, Australia
So wearable with peace of mind
"Very happy with my top, lovely colour and breathable fabric. Washes up well and is easy care. The thumbholes are also a great idea. The top is great for travel or the day out. Excellent customer service, with quick delivery."
Julie - New South Wales, Australia
Fabulous UPF50+ sun protection
"This is the best polo shirt I've purchased in years. I've been impacted with skin cancer related issues on my arms and shoulder. Thankyou for your great service to the community."
Allie - Palm Beach, USA
Comfortable to wear, even on hot days
"The shirt keeps me cool even on hot days. The thumb-hole design also protects the backs of my hands when necessary. I've had a number compliments about how good it looks on me."
I'm big advocate for sun safety, so I'm very proactive with looking after my skin. I'm always pushing my friends and family to be more sun safe, I think most know the effects of the sun, but not to the extent they should. Most don't seem to understand the UV index, and how quickly you can get burnt in the middle of the day. There's still a long way to go for sun safety education!
As a teenager growing up in England my favourite summer pastime was sunbathing with friends. I have been extremely lucky to have not developed skin cancers (to date) and I am willing to start to take better care.
It's all about awareness really, and people are aware, they just need to take it seriously and notice it more. Knowing the consequences and being mindful of how easy it is to avoid, life in general, being out and about, is much easier, happier and less painful.
I first discovered skin problems via a visit to a skin cancer clinic in our district twenty years ago and have had lots of varying treatments since, including surgery. The common reference was “this damage was done when you were in your teens and lived in the surf."