Spain-based skincare company ISDIN is partnering with the Claire Marie Foundation and the Ulman Foundation in honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
For every Eryfotona Actinica Ultralight Emulsion SPF 50+ sunscreen sold during the month of May, ISDIN will donate $5 to help support the fight against skin cancer.
"We're very excited about the partnerships that ISDIN has developed with the Claire Marie Foundation and Ulman Foundation," says Robert D'Urso, US Country Manager at ISDIN, in a news release. "Both organizations share a philosophy that aligns with ISDIN's global approach to the sun, which is to go out and enjoy the sun, but to do it responsibly by wearing sun protection every single day."
"It's great to see ISDIN and these foundations come together to assist dermatologists with providing information and education around sun protection and skin cancer screenings to the masses," adds Dr. Eva Simmons-O'Brien, M.D., board-certified dermatologist of Simmons-O'Brien & Orlinsky in Towson, Maryland. "I highly recommend the Eryfotona Actinica Ultralight Emulsion SPF 50+ to all of my patients. Not only does it provide a high level of SPF, it is an amazing sun protection product in the US that has the ability to protect and repair your skin."
For additional information on the partnerships with the Claire Marie Foundation and the Ulman Foundation, and how ISDIN is continuing to support the fight against skin cancer, visit https://www.isdin.com/us/melanomamonth/.