Vacation Without the Burn

Jun 09, 2011 No Comments

Vacation without sunburn? Yeah, it could happen. To anyone who has taken a sunny vacation, baked on the beach, got a sunburn, and then spent the remainder of the vacation nursing ruby red skin, this is for you.

Jennifer recently traveled to Hawaii to get some rest and relaxation. She also avoided bringing back a flamboyant red tone as a souvenir.

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Make Sure Dad is Covered This Father’s Day

Jun 07, 2011 No Comments

If dad loves to spend time outdoors, you may want to consider giving him the gift of sun protective clothing this Father’s Day.

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What is Your Coolibar Beach Style?

Jun 03, 2011 No Comments

Summer is officially here, and as the days grow hotter and sunnier, you’ll need a beach ready ensemble that matches your unique tastes in fashion. Take our Beach Style quiz to determine just the right look to fit your sun-safe lifestyle.

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Cindy Combats Basal Cell Carcinoma

May 24, 2011 No Comments

The fourth story in our series on Skin Cancer Survivors for Melanoma Month. Our survivors have shared their personal stories to remind us of the importance of being SunAWARE. Cindy was 48 when she found a suspicious spot of skin on her nose. It was diagnosed as that ended up being Basal Cell Carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer, affecting approximately two million Americans each year.

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Total Block and Cotz Sunscreen FAQ

May 20, 2011 6 Comments

Sunscreen expert Kirk Minster from Fallene, Ltd., the maker of Total Block and Cotz Sunscreen, passes his wealth of sunscreen knowledge onto you – our reader.

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Melanoma Survivor Tim

May 17, 2011 2 Comments

The third story in our series on Skin Cancer Survivors for Melanoma Month. Our survivors have shared their personal stories to remind us of the importance of being SunAWARE. In 2007, Tim went to a Mayo Clinic dermatologist to have a mole on his left arm looked at. The doctor removed it right away so it could be tested. A few years prior, Tim had this same mole tested, and it was fine. But this time, the biopsy showed that the mole had turned into Melanoma.

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I’m Only 21, I Can’t Get Cancer

May 10, 2011 No Comments

The second story in our series on Skin Cancer Survivors for Melanoma Month. Our survivors have shared their personal stories to remind us of the importance of being SunAWARE. In 2009, Jessi went to a dermatologist to have a freckle removed. A week later, Jessi received a call from her doctor and was told she had Melanoma …

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First International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention

May 06, 2011 No Comments

The incidence and prevention of skin cancers has become a global concern. The World Health Organization reports that prolonged human exposure to solar UV radiation may result in acute and chronic health effects of the skin, eyes and immune system, including skin cancer. This global epidemic has prompted the first International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, jointly sponsored by the WHO, the Danish Cancer Society, TrygFonden and the Cancer Council Victoria.

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Skin Cancer Survivor Carol

May 03, 2011 No Comments

During May, Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Coolibar will feature a series on Skin Cancer Survivors. Our survivors have shared their personal stories to remind us of the importance of being SunAWARE. Carol was in her early 30s when she found a freckle on her face that appeared abnormal…

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Your Questions on Sun Protective Clothing Answered

Apr 26, 2011 20 Comments

Coolibar President John Barrow and Executive VP of Merchandising Michael Hubsmith answer Facebook fans’ questions about sun protective clothing.

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