Archive for March, 2013

Coolibar Athlete Holly Finley: Disc Golfer

Mar 15, 2013 No Comments

My name is Holly Finley. I’m an international fashion model who has turned professional disc golfer. I started playing disc golf in June of 2011. I played for four short months before moving to Africa for a modeling contract. Unable to play in Africa because of no readily available courses, I planned out my year […]

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Coolibar Athlete John Chase: Kayaker

Mar 15, 2013 No Comments

As a kayaker and part time instructor, I spend a lot of time on and in the water teaching entry level kayak skills courses and leading tours as well as paddling for fun.  I am also an avid mountain and road biker, adventure racer, and occasional alpine mountaineer and rock climber.  I’ve summited Mt. Rainier, […]

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Coolibar Athlete Ashleigh Baird: Freediver

Mar 15, 2013 No Comments

Born and raised in central Florida, I grew up spending weekends playing on beaches, exploring fresh water springs and sailing around the Florida Keys - all the while spending countless hours studying the natural world.  The underwater realm was my first love and these early experiences helped form a passion for exploration and desire to make a positive impact […]

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Coolibar Shopping Spree

Mar 14, 2013 No Comments

Coolibar will be at Getting Gorgeous 2013 Blogger Conference in New York on April 27th! We’re offering our bloggers the chance to win a $500 Shopping Spree. See details here.

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Meet our 2013 Sponsored Athletes

Mar 14, 2013 1 Comment

Introducing our 2013 Coolibar Sponsored Athletes, a group of incredible motivators!

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Study finds aspirin may help prevent melanoma

Mar 12, 2013 No Comments

Reducing your risk for melanoma by 20 percent could be as easy as popping aspirin, at least if you’re a woman over age 50.

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Are gel manicures Safe?

Mar 07, 2013 No Comments

Going to the nail salon seems like a harmless act; however, dermatologists are concerned that the newest nail trend, gel manicures, and the UV machines used during the process may contribute to skin cancer and hand aging.

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