Stylish Options for Sun Protection

Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. To decrease this risk, regularly use a sunscreen rated Broad Spectrum (protecting against both UVA and UVB rays) SPF 50+ and other sun protection measures including:

  • limit time in the sun, especially from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • wear UPF 50+ rated clothing including wide-brim hats, long-sleeved shirts, dresses, and pants
  • seek shade from buildings and trees, or make use of a sun parasol

UVA rays cause tanning while UVB rays are responsible for causing sunburns. It is a common misconception that only sunburns are reason for concern, when the tanning caused by UVA rays is also a visible sign of sun damage and increases the risk for skin cancer.

The ThinkSport Safe Sunscreen is a dermatologist tested and reef safe sunscreen water-resistant for up to 80 minutes in the water. This natural, mineral based sunscreen is formulated with non-nano Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide to create a physical barrier from harmful UVA/UVB sun rays.

The MDSolarSciences Mineral Crème provides broad-spectrum protection. Its sheer and weightless “barely there” feel glides on effortlessly, blending into all skin tones with no white cast. Naturally derived zinc oxide helps reduce the risk of photo aging and skin cancer, while Vitamin C and natural antioxidants fight sun damage and free radicals. Dermatologist-developed, cruelty-free, vegan, and reef-safe formula water-resistant for up to 80 minutes.


Look for a parasol rated UPF 50+ with a large canopy of at least a 34″ diameter to provide full coverage.

UPF Rated Clothing

Look for clothing rated UPF 50+ that covers your shoulders, arms, and legs.

Don’t want to go through the trouble of shopping for an entirely new wardrobe? The SunGuard laundry aid washes UV protection right into clothes. One pack of SunGuard per load of laundry washes UPF 30 sun protection into every garment, protecting against damaging rays for up to 20 washings.

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