23 Aug

KFC Extra Crispy Sunscreen

KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) serves some of the most juicy fried chicken on the market today. We love their biscuits and gravy too. Now for a limited time you can also enjoy their suncreen. Yes….sunscreen.

The KFC Extra Crispy Sunscreen SFP 30 is a real product being made by the chain. It smells like fried chicken and will keep your skin from getting ‘extra crispy’ during your time in the sun. Check out their video promo here: Read More

12 Jan

Do I Need Sunscreen When I’m In My Car?

Most people are pretty oblivious when it comes to knowing how much UV protection their car windows provide. They mistakenly think that their blueish or greenish glass protects them from sun damage while driving. In the USA, automotive glass must meet specific federal requirements pertaining to how much light can pass through the windows. But there are no such standards in terms of requiring them to provide sun protection from UV rays. Read More

18 Dec

Pilots Are Exposed To Significant UV Exposure

Remember the famous male trucker photo that shows premature aging by sun exposure on the trucker’s left side of his face (the side which encounters the most sun while driving)? If you haven’t here it is again. Now we should find a similar photo of airline pilots. Read More

28 Oct

Celebrity Hugh Jackman Treated For Skin Cancer — 3rd Time In A Year!

Hugh Jackman is invincible in the movie X-Men, but it seems like even Wolverine is vulnerable to the harsh UV rays of the sun. Jackman recently had his third basal cell carcinoma removed, the most common form of skin cancer which is usually treatable, removed in 12 months. Read More

11 Oct

New Sunscreen by SolarD Helps Your Body Make Vitamin D

According to some medical reports, 1 in 3 Australians are Vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is formed in our body through sun exposure and it plays an important role with intestinal absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, and zinc. Normal concentration levels are vital for bone health.
Solar D is the first to develop a sunscreen to fight this Vitamin D deficiency problem. Read More

08 Oct

Skin Cancer On The Rise In Adolescents

A detailed new study, published in the medical journal Preventing Chronic Disease by the Centers of Disease Control, by associate professor Corey H. Basch at William Paterson University states that skin cancer risks are on the rise in adolescents due to their increased use of indoor tanning beds and wearing less sunscreen. Read More