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A range of high quality, affordable sun protection products branded Cancer Council Australia, has been developed to reduce the harmful effects of the sun's UV rays and the risk of skin cancer. The range includes sunglasses, UV protective clothing, sunscreens, hats, pop-up sun shelters, swim goggles, marquees, umbrellas and cosmetics with sun protection.
Our sun protection products are available online and from state and territory Cancer Council shops. Our products are also available from department stores, pharmacies and other retail outlets around the country.
All royalties received from the sale of Cancer Council Australia sun protection products are forwarded to state and territory cancer councils to fund research, patient support services and education.
Below is our range of products that can be purchased online (excluding marquees, sun shelters and car window tinting):
Clothing designed to ensure high levels of protection from the sun.
Our range of swimwear includes styles for adults and children.
Shield your skin from the sun's damaging UV rays with sunscreen.
Broad brim, bucket and legionnaire style hats provide good sun protection.
Approved sunglasses have high levels of eye protection and viewing clarity.
The cosmetics range features SPF30+ and SPF25 protection.
Sun shelters can help protect against wind as well as the sun.
Marquees are rated UPF50+ and come in two fast and easy-to-set-up models.
Personal umbrellas come in four different sizes and are all rated UPF50+.
Automotive window film delivers the highest sun protection available.
This page was last updated on: Wednesday, November 5, 2014