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Solbari blog: Your Story Series: Meet Elle

Your Story Series: Meet Elle

In my mid-twenties, I saw my darling grandmother lose large parts of her nose to skin cancer, which made me think more carefully about how much sun exposure I was receiving. I decided to start getting regular skin checks and encouraged my family to do so too.
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Solbari blog: Your Story Series: Meet Sophie

Your Story Series: Meet Sophie

Having sun sensitive skin, sun protection is very important as I noticed more and more moles appear in recent years in my neck and chest areas. I have to freeze some of them as they grow big with constant itchiness. I also developed chronic skin rash on leg areas which affect daily life badly. 
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Solbari blog: Your Story Series: Meet Kamil

Your Story Series: Meet Kamil

I moved to Australia over 10 years ago. I grew up in northern Europe and it took me a few years to re-calibrate my inner compass and my approach to sun protection! At first I was not paying any attention to Australian sun at all. Once I learned about the risks, my attitude change 180 degrees.
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SPF clothing: does it work?

SPF clothing: does it work?

SPF clothing or sun protective clothing is a form of clothing which incorporates functional designs to cover the body from direct sunlight and utilises fabrics which have been tested and rated for its effectiveness of absorbing (or blocking) UV radiation. UPF (or ultraviolet protection factor) is standardised way that fabrics are rated. The Australian Government tests and rates fabrics.
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Solbari Sun Protection fabrics are tested and accredited UPF 50+ by the Australian Government

Solbari Sun Protection fabrics are tested and accredited UPF 50+ by the Australian Government

Solbari Sun Protection fabrics are tested and accredited UPF 50+ by ARPANSA, the Australian Government agency responsible for attributing UPF sun protective ratings to fabrics. UPF stands for ultraviolet protection factor and UPF 50+, the highest UPF rating means that only up to 2% of UV can penetrate the fabric.
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Solbari blog: Skin type 1 and skin cancer: What you need to know

Skin type 1 and skin cancer: What you need to know

In 1975, Thomas Fitzpatrick developed a numerical classification for different skin types as a way to estimate the response of different types of skin to ultraviolet (UV) ray exposure.

To this day the Fitzpatrick Scale remains a recognised dermatological tool for determining human skin pigmentation, the likely impact of UV overexposure on an individual and their risk of skin cancer related issues.

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Solbari blog: Skin cancer: the basics

Skin cancer: the basics

This blog answers a number of common questions relating to skin cancer including: What is skin cancer? What causes skin cancer? How common is skin cancer? Who is at risk of getting skin cancer? How do I know if I have skin cancer or not? How is skin cancer treated? How can I prevent skin cancer?
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Solbari blog: Psoriasis clothing: is it worth the money?

Psoriasis clothing: is it worth the money?

This blog considers whether psoriasis clothing is worth the money that it costs. The answer is that it depends on the individual and the benefits derived from it. The blog considers the attributes of psoriasis clothing and how that can help people. The blog also reflects on the relative cost of other treatments.
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