Kids Protective Swimwear – Skin Cancer Prevention Announced by Infinium Life – Yahoo Finance

Tenue de Soleil, a children’s protective swimwear line created by a board-certified dermatologist, has been launched on Kickstarter announced by Infinium Life. The brand’s UPF 50+ fabric blocks 98% of harmful UVA and UVB.

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Infinium Life announced a new UV-protective swimwear collection for children called Tenue de Soleil has been launched on Kickstarter. Designed by board-certified dermatologist and skin cancer expert Dr. Daniel Kadouch, the practical swimwear products are produced using UPF 50+ fabric. read more

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Kids Protective Swimwear – Skin Cancer Prevention Announced by Infinium Life – GlobeNewswire

Newark, United States, April 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 89004231 thumb 500x282 Kids Protective Swimwear Skin Cancer Prevention Announced by Infinium Life 8211 GlobeNewswire

Infinium Life announced a new UV-protective swimwear collection for children called Tenue de Soleil has been launched on Kickstarter. Designed by board-certified dermatologist and skin cancer expert Dr. Daniel Kadouch, the practical swimwear products are produced using UPF 50+ fabric.

More information can be found at https://tenue-de-soleil-sustainable.kckb.st/backerstoday-oqb

Tenue de Soleil’s premium-quality, full-coverage swimwear line allows children to safely play in the sun without increasing their risk of skin cancer later in life. read more

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Riding sleds, fighting cancer: Annual Bikini Rally raises money for the Pink Fund – The Daily News Online

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OAKFIELD — Cold, muddy and helping people fight cancer.

The Genesee County Sno Packers Bikini Rally returned Saturday with its mix of snowmobiles and swimwear for a cause. The event donates to The Pink Fund, a non-profit which helps cover cost-of-living expenses for breast cancer patients in active treatment.

They had already raised nearly $29,000 as of Saturday afternoon, with hopes of breaking $30,000 by the day’s end. And as a bonus, they were operating on Sno Packers grounds again. “We’re back on our home turf, which is fantastic,” said Theresa Osborn of Oakfield, one of the event’s two coordinators. “We were traveling around for a few years because we lost our ability to be on our own land, but the Sno Packers figured out where their boundaries were four pour property and it’s good to be back here.” read more

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