Say It with a Gift of Sun Protection; Mother’s Day is May 12th

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SunGrubbies.com celebrates Mother’s Day with new sun protective hats.

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Daisy Bucket Sunhat

May is the time to honor mothers and send a message of appreciation for all they do. It is also the month set aside for skin cancer detection and prevention.

SunGrubbies.com, a leading retailer of sun protective products, is welcoming new sun hats designed to please that special person in many lives: mother.

May is the time to honor mothers and send a message of appreciation for all they do. It is also the month set aside for skin cancer detection and prevention. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States and excessive sun exposure is considered its primary cause. It takes just fifteen minutes for dangerous UV (ultraviolet) sun rays to damage unprotected skin.

The Sue Ellen Western Sun Hat, The Paulette Sun Hat, the Daisy Bucket Hat and the Mia Packable Travel Hat are four new hats that make great Mother’s Day gifts. Rated at 50+ UPF, these hats have been tested and approved to block 98% of dangerous UV (ultraviolet) sun rays. This is considered to be the ultimate in sun protection.

The smart looking Sue Ellen Western Sun Hat has unique snake print strips around the crown and the four inch brim. It is made from 100% durable paper braid which makes it a great everyday hat.

Similar in brim size, the fashionable Paulette is also made from the same 100% wear-resistant paper braid. This colorful hat has a festive batik pattern brim and band. It is a perfect hat to wear this spring and summer.

If traveling is in the future, The Daisy Bucket Sunhat and the Mia Packable Travel Hat are two superb choices. These versatile hats can be rolled up and stuffed into a suitcase or tote with no worries. In addition, the flexible brim on both of these hats can be worn down or rolled up.

The carefree style of The Daisy is reminiscent of the 1920’s, so much so that the hat was named for Daisy, the heroine of the Great Gatsby novel. This chic hat is made of ribbon with paper straw accents on the crown and brim edge.

The distinctive style of the Mia makes it a favorite among the SunGrubbies.com staff. It is ultra lightweight and comes with a hidden interior drawstring that helps to achieve the perfect fit. Another added feature is the removable chinstrap that helps secure this sophisticated hat if the weather is windy.

May is the time to honor mothers and send a message of appreciation for all they do. It is also the month set aside for skin cancer detection and prevention. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States and excessive sun exposure is considered its primary cause. It takes just fifteen minutes for dangerous UV (ultraviolet) sun rays to damage unprotected skin.

SunGrubbies.com offers sun protective products for people who want to protect their skin from the dangers of UV rays. Sun protection should be practiced year round so be sun smart and choose products that provide maximum protection. Do not rely on one product for complete protection. The best plan is to combine sun protective products with sun safety measures.

Since the founding of the company in 1997, the mission of SunGrubbies.com has been to provide attractive and comfortable sun protective clothing and accessories of the highest quality and reliability at affordable prices. Many of their products have been approved and recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation and the Melanoma International Foundation. Every product has been laboratory tested for their sun protective ability and every purchase is 100% guaranteed.

Visit http://www.sungrubbies.com for more information about their sun protective products. They can also be reached toll free at (888) 970-1600. Check them out on Facebook. To join the SunGrubbies.com affiliate program, go to http://bit.ly/ifRDrH. Their boutique showroom and hat shop located in San Diego is open 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Mondays through Fridays.

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