I’m sure we’re all happy that the sunny days are finally here, but with those sunny days comes the danger of Melanoma. One of the fastest growing cancers world wide, Melanoma is the least common but the most deadly form of skin cancer since it can spread in the body.
When stepping out this June, make sure you protect your skin by using a product containing SPF. I ALWAYS use a face cream with SPF all year round and I make sure to protect the rest of my skin by wearing sunscreen or covering up with a lightweight sweater. I love the feel of the sun but I don’t want to expose my skin to any sun damage and I especially want to protect myself against Melanoma.
For the month of June, Cover FX will support skin cancer research foundations in Canada, US and UK by donating proceeds from the sale of BritePrep FX (SPF 50) and SkinTint FX (SPF 30) and $0.25 for every new Facebook fan gained during the month June
The Cover FX SAVE FACE campaign is encouraging everyone to achieve a sun kissed glow without putting your skin at risk of damaging sun exposure.
How can you show your support?
Wear a black ribbon with pride to show your support of skin cancer awareness
You can “Like” Cover FX on Facebook = $0.25 donation
You can buy Cover FX Skin Tint FX SPF 30 = $0.25 donation
You can buy Cover FX BritePrep FX SPF 50 = $0.25 donation
Where will donations be made?
In Canada donations will be made to The David Cornfield Melanoma Fund – please take a moment to view the powerful youtube video and pass it on to EVERYONE in your life.
In the United States donations will be made to The Skin Cancer Foundation.
In the United Kingdom donations will be made to The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity.
Where can you find Cover FX products?
Canada: Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix, Murale, Jean Coutu, select The Bay and Sephora stores, Sephora.com, TheBay.ca, Ebeauty.ca and CoverFX.com
United States – Select Sephora stores, Sephora.com, Naimies, Dermstore.com, Skinstore.com and CoverFX.com
United Kingdom – Select Harvey Nichols, Harveynichols.com, House Of Fraser and houseoffraser.co.uk and CoverFX.com
Even though we are all aware of the damage the sun can do, I don’t believe there is enough awareness out there and people still do not take skin cancer seriously. We can do a lot to protect and prevent, so let’s help spread the word!