Tag: sun protection


Blue shade

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14th May



Tampa Bay Times rates the most effective forms of sun protection

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23rd April

The Tampa Bay Times recently reviewed the most effective forms of sun protection. In first place (obviously) is staying indoors. Second place is protective clothing. Not only will a Sun Mullet keep you looking young, but it’s good for your health too. Read on:

Here’s good news for your wealth and health: The proven best way to protect your skin from the burning, wrinkling, cancer-causing rays of the sun is also the cheapest. Just stay inside.

This is not, however, the most realistic plan, especially if you work outdoors, love the beach or need to walk the dog.

Still, strategic sun avoidance should be your first line of defense, says Dr. Neil Fenske, professor and chairman of the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the University of South Florida.

That means usually seeking shade between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. In the summer, stretch it at …


Mullet in the wind

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6th March



Sun Mullet Launches Revolutionary New Product

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1st March

Tampa Bay, FL – Tampa-based Sun Mullet has introduced its new line of colorful sun protective headwear.

The Sun Mullet is a simple yet effective shade that fits over a typical sports hat or glasses for instant sun protection. The Sun Mullet is available in one-size-fits-all and made with high-quality, moisture-wicking UPF50+ material. The Sun Mullet is available in a variety of colors including: light pink, light blue, neon green, orange, khaki and white.

Research has shown that dense, tight construction minimizes the amount of UV light that can pass through fabric—therefore eliminating the risk of overexposure when worn. With this knowledge, the Sun Mullet was developed with material offering a UV-reducing ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) of 50+, which keeps the wearer cool and protected from harmful rays.

According to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United …


Skip the danger and buy yourself a Sun Mullet!

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2nd February

Skin cancer can be fatal, and serious cases are on the rise. But the disease is easy to prevent and to treat if caught in time. Why not skip all that and equip your family with Sun Mullets?!


Blue Girl

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26th January