Plastic Surgery Practice is launching its first annual PSP Sun Safety awards.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 06, 2015
The search is on.... Plastic Surgery Practice magazine is looking for a few truly innovative and inspiring sun-protection products.
Together with the American Melanoma Foundation (AMF), Plastic Surgery Practice is launching its first annual PSP Sun Safety awards. Winning products will be featured in a special issue of PSP’s May 2015 “Hot Stuff,” and receive a winner’s seal. The special PSP Sun Safety seal emphasizes your brand’s commitment to safety and innovation and can serve as an effective marketing tool.
“The signing of the Sunscreen Innovation Act by President Barack Obama will surely foster an onslaught of innovative new sunscreens and other sun- protection products, “ says PSP editor Denise Mann. “We are thrilled to support this new contest and help companies promote their life-saving products.”
Products will be judged by La Jolla, Calif-based dermatologist Dr. Mona Z. Mofid, who also serves as the medical director of the AMF.
“One in five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime and one person dies almost every hour in the United States from melanoma,” Mofid says. “Prevention and awareness are the keys, and judicious use of ultraviolet or sun protective products can save lives.”
The contest is open to any and all products that help lower risk of skin cancer, including screening technologies. The deadline for submission is April 1, 2015.
Enter at http://goo.gl/WRx1gH
Requirements include background information, high-resolution jpeg of 300dpi or greater along with a brief description of the product, including the niche it fills and why it is so innovative.
Product samples should be sent to:
PSP Sun Safety Awards
c/o Mona Mofid, MD
4150 Regents Park Row, Ste 300
La Jolla, Calif 92037
For more information about PSP, please contact publisher Jodi Smith at jsmith(at)allied360(dot)com.
Plastic Surgery Practice is the brand that 12,000 plastic surgeons rely on for the latest information on the clinical innovations, practice-management trends, emerging products and technologies, and new stories that drive their field. With well-thought-out articles authored by leading practitioners, PSP cuts to the core of the most complex issues in plastic surgery, including controversial new treatments, the use of highly technical equipment, and physician-patient interactions. For more information, visit http://www.plasticsurgerypractice.com.