Sun smart ideas up Slinky Sleeve

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Health -

DAGLISH res­i­dent Chris­tine Sil­bert is en­cour­ag­ing women to be more sun smart this sum­mer.

The Slinky Sleeve cre­ator came up with sleeves that have ex­tended shap­ing over the top of the hand an­chored by a loop around the mid­dle fin­ger, pro­tect­ing this sen­si­tive area.

“Only wear­ing sleeves in the car when driv­ing isn’t enough to pre­vent on­go­ing skin dam­age, so the fash­ion ranges are a per­fect cover and hope­fully will en­cour­age women to look af­ter their skin much ear­lier,” she said.

“Sim­i­larly, Slinky Shades for the face are an easy way to pre­vent dan­ger­ous sun dam­age and early age­ing signs on your face.

“We also make Slinky Shrugs, which are a fash­ion ac­ces­sory de­signed with fea­ture cuffs and but­ton fin­ish for size flex­i­bil­ity and air­flow around the arm to cover lym­phoedema com­pres­sion sleeves.”

Top left: Maya Dun­don with par­ents Re­becca and Glynn Dun­don, of Made­ley. Top right: Olive Myra Cun­neen, with par­ents Susie and Ea­mon Cun­neen, of Heathridge. Left: Dar­ian Ban­imahd with par­ents Honey Badrzadeh and Meysam Ban­imahd, of Boor­a­goon.

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