This blog describes how a skin cancer is likely to be diagnosed. The first step is to proactively manage your own skin health. Medical professionals encourage people to undertake a self examination on an ongoing basis. Attending a skin cancer check on a regular basis is important to detect skin cancers early. Read More
This blog confirms that sunscreen clothing is an alternative name for sun protective clothing. Sun protective clothing is also known as sun protection clothing, UPF clothing and UVR clothing. UPF stands for ultraviolet sun protection factor and is the sun protective rating system for fabrics. Read More
While you’re less likely to be burned during winter months, your unprotected skin is still being exposed to dangerous UVA rays. UVA rays penetrate deeply into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer, causing premature aging and contributing to skin cancer development.
Read more about our tips for sun protection during autumn and winter here.
Having fame and fortune doesn't mean you can escape health issues that impact us all, there are a number of high profile celebrities that have been impacted by melanoma and skin cancer.
Celebrities who have been impacted personally by skin cancer have urged their communities to get their skin checked, wear sunscreen and sun protective clothing.
We have listed below a few recent examples to highlight that skin cancer can impact anyone.
This blog highlights that the vast majority of common moles are benign and non-cancerous. However, there is a type of common mole that can develop into a malignant or cancerous mole. It is possible to perform an initial self examination and it is also important to get a skin cancer check if you have a specific concern. Read More
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. Read More
Moles primarily form when your skin cells are damaged from exposure to sunlight. Which is why people with fair skin tend who are most susceptible to sunburn are likely to have more moles.
The vast majority of common moles are harmless or benign, but they can in some cases develop into a malignant or melanoma skin cancer.
In this blog we put forward 10 reasons why sun protective clothing is worth it. Reasons include that dermatologists agree that sun protection clothing with a UPF 50+ rating is the best way to prevent skin cancer, skin ageing and sun burn. Read More