DID YOU KNOW SKIN CANCER IS THE WORLD’S MOST COMMON CANCER?
Skin cancer is the world’s most common cancer. Every year, five million people receive treatment for skin cancer – more than breast, prostate, colon and lung cancer combined. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is a proven carcinogen which naturally occurs in sun rays but is also recreated in the bulbs of indoor tanning beds. Protecting the skin against UV damage is one of the best ways to reduce the chances of developing skin cancer. We believe you should Bronze Safely all year round. To reaffirm our commitment to skin health and sun safety, during the month of May, Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Vita Liberata is donating a portion of proceeds from our best-selling product, Body Blur, to The Skin Cancer Foundation*. Since its inception in 1979, The Skin Cancer Foundation works to save and improves lives by empowering people to take a proactive approach to daily sun protection and the early detection and treatment of skin cancer.
SKIN CANCER AWARENESS
“We are so proud to be working with The Skin Cancer Foundation once again to help them continue their important, life-saving work. Vita Liberata has always championed safe sun practices, creating products that give our customers ‘the glow’ without the risk of sun exposure. Our support of The Skin Cancer Foundation is the natural evolution of our brand principles and we look forward to working with our community to raise money and awareness to support the fight against skin cancer.”
JILL MCLEAN, VITA LIBERATA BRAND EDUCATOR
Body Blur is an instant body makeup that gives the most ultimate skin finish, instantly blurring imperfections and leaving the skin looking flawless and glowing. Body Blur can be washed off at anytime, making it the ideal accessory for any evening look.
THE GOLDEN RULES OF HOW TO BRONZE SAFELY
Always wear and regularly reapply broad spectrum SPF of at least factor 30. Whether you are home in your garden, by the pool or on holiday, ensure you have a supply of SPF ready for when you need it, despite the current restrictions in international travel.
Limit your sun exposure, especially when it is at its hottest during the middle of the day. Take advantage of shady spots and put on a sun hat, sunglasses and a T-shirt, still remembering to wear SPF even if you think you are in the clear. Your skin’s health is more important than any suntan.
If you want a tan, make sure you Bronze Safely. Consider sunless tanning products like Vita Liberata rather than sitting under harmful UV-rays in the sun for hours at a time or, worse still, using a tanning bed. You don’t need to sacrifice your skin’s health in pursuit of a golden glow.