Solbari has been featured in The Daily Mail in a healthy guide to gardening. 'The ears, hairline and neck are all hot spots for the two most common types of skin cancer — squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma — yet many people forget to protect these areas when gardening,' says Dr Anton Alexandroff, a consultant dermatologist at BMI The Manor Hospital in Bedford.
We are thrilled to see Solbari recognised by The Times as one of the recommended clothing brands with adequate Ultraviolet Protection Factor. Wearing the right sun protective clothing is "the first line of defence against the sun. Clothing with an embedded sun protection factor is a good idea."
Dermatologists recommend sun protective clothing as the first line of defence against UV overexposure and the development of skin cancer. It is great that there is also now a growing awareness with the public at large of the benefits of specialised sun protective clothing.
This blog explains how the Australian Government UPF clothing testing process works. ARPANSA have been testing and rating UPF clothing since 1990. The UPF clothing ratings awarded range from UPF 15 to 50+. UPF 50+ is the maximum UPF clothing rating achievable.
This blog explains what UPF clothing is. UPF clothing is also known as sun protective clothing, sun protection clothing and in some cases SPF clothing. The blog clarifies that UPF stands for ultraviolet protection factor and outlines how the UPF rating works in Australia, where the global standard was established.
This blog explains what the term UPF 50+ sun protective clothing means. UPF stands for ultraviolet protection factor. The Australian Government tests and rates fabrics for sun protective properties. Fabrics are considered to be sun protective is they are rated between UPF 15 and 50+.