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Welcome to SOLBARI, your specialist in stylish UPF50+ sun protection

Welcome to SOLBARI, your specialist in stylish UPF50+ sun protection

The SOLBARI Team welcomes you to our online store and to our blog. Through this blog, we keep you updated with information related to sun protection, how to maintain a healthy skin and our new exciting products.

SOLBARI was created to help you protect your skin against the sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and provide you with an effective sun (SOL) barrier (BARI).

Regular summer clothes are not an alternative. A lightweight cotton t-shirt has a UPF of only 5 and leaves your skin exposed to sun damage.

SOLBARI sun protective clothing, swimwear and sun hats are researched, designed, tested and rated UPF50+, which is the highest and best sun protective rating in Australia.

Our mission is provide you with essential and reliable sun protective products to help you protect your skin and help prevent skin cancers, melanomas, sun damage, premature skin ageing and sun spots.

We are not medical Doctors and the information in our Skin Health blog is for information purposes only.


The SOLBARI Team
This blog post is for information purposes only.



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