HOW TO ENTER: Beginning on November 17, 2014 –December 8, 2014 (“Promotion Period”), go to coolibar.com/pintowin and follow the prompts. First, you must follow Coolibar on Pinterest. Go to pinterest.com/coolibar and follow us. You must be a member of Pinterest to follow us. Membership to Pinterest is free. After you follow Coolibar on Pinterest, create a ‘My Holiday Wish List’ board. The board must include ‘My Holiday Wish List’ in the name to be eligible to win (“Board”). Your Board must be public and contain a minimum of three (3) Coolibar products and one (1) Contest Image pinned from Coolibar.com/pintowin. You may also pin other items as you wish. Pins of items from other sites do not count towards the minimum pins.
With the launch of our new Resort Collection, we’ve pondered the whole concept of the “resort experience.” Traveling to an actual resort is optional, but desirable. In fact, while we were dreaming up our Resort Collection, we also dreamed about some of our favorite resort destinations. See if you agree!
Coolibar has the light, comfortable sun protective fabric for any activity, any time of year. So we’re giving away one of our original ZnO Sun Wraps! It features ZnO – our most technically advanced fabric with tiny zinc oxide sun blocking particles permanently embedded into every fiber. It’s cool, soft, comfortable and always UPF 50+!
Jan Jundt is married; her husband Dave recently retired from the North Dakota National Guard. Last spring the couple moved to Fargo, ND from Bismarck to be closer to their three grown daughters. Also: 25 years ago, lupus nearly killed her.
A rash guard is almost always a shirt, specifically one that’s worn in or around water. This might seem strange; after all, we have swim shirts and wraps and beach cover ups that do the same thing, right? But the original Australian rash guard was called a rash guard (or “rashie”) for its ability to protect against rashes.
By Susan Resnick: Throughout my career, I’ve seen thousands (maybe even tens of thousands!) of patients in my practice, and one of the most common items that links everyone together is the lack of understanding of the dangers that UV rays pose to the health of our eyes. I advocate for full body protection – broad spectrum sunscreen and UPF clothing for the skin, and comprehensive protection for the eyes.
This post by Megan Ramey first appeared July 29 on Cancer Candor, a blog from Chris Hanson, President, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). It appeared on the same day that the US Surgeon General released a call to action to prevent skin cancer in which he called the disease a “major public health problem.”