Stay sun safe this summer with Solbari

by James Wilkinson

Solbari, the specialists in sun protection, are helping empower Australians to live a sun smart life with their range of dermatologically recommended SPF50-plus and sensitive skincare products.

Dermatologists recommend high SPF to be used everyday to protect skin against the damaging effects of the sun. Australia has the highest incidence rate of skin cancer in the world, with over 90% of skin cancer cases linked to sun exposure.

Solbari’s Founder and CEO, Johanna Young, said designed to protect and repair skin from the harsh Australian sun, the Solbari Suncare Collection uses the highest UVA and UVB protection possible in Australia, SPF 50-plus to help decrease the risk of skin cancer and premature skin ageing.

“Whilst skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer it is also one of the most preventable because about 90% of skin cancer cases are linked to ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure from the sun,” she said.

Young said Solbari’s Suncare Collection offers gentle, broad-spectrum sun protection and skincare products for all ages, including children.

“The dermatologically tested and fragrance-free formulations enable consumers with even the most sensitive skin to protect themselves against the damaging effects of the sun with the highest broad-spectrum protection available,” she said.

“Additional antioxidants Aloe Vera and Vitamin E assist offer soothing for sun damaged skin. Those with inflamed skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis can reach for the Calming Face and Body Creams which soothe itchy red and inflamed skin thanks to organic colloidal oatmeal.”

In addition to sunscreen application, dermatologists recommend wearing sun protective clothing with a high UPF rating. Solbari also offers a range of UPF 50-plus sun protective clothing to deliver the ultimate combination of sun protection products.

Solbari have also partnered with SkinVision to produce a co-branded smartphone app which allows you to check suspicious spots and moles for skin cancer in the comfort of your own home with your smartphone camera.

When detected early, the 5-year survival rate for melanoma (a form of skin cancer) is 99%. The app has a detection accuracy of 95%, allowing Solbari to help with both Skin Cancer prevention, and now detection.

Solbari offers an award-winning range of sun protection skincare, UPF50-plus sun protective clothing, sun hats and accessories at