Sunny Sleevez Protects the Red Carpet at the 84th Oscars – The Unmissable Summer Sun-Block Buster

Over the next few days, some of the world’s most recognizable faces will be gathering in oscarsHollywood for the film industry’s most prestigious awards ceremony.

The 84th Oscars are being hosted for the 9th time by Oscar veteran Billy Chrystal, with guest presenters that include Michael Douglas, Tina Fey, Halle Berry, Bradley Cooper, Chris Rock, Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Tom Hanks, Angelina Jolie, Rose Bryne, Milla Jovovich, Ellie Kemper, Jennifer Lopez, Melissa McCarthy, Wendy McLendon-Covey, Maya Rudolph, Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig and Emma Stone.

For those lucky A-listers staying at the swanky Four Season Hotel in Beverly Hills this weekend win or lose no one will be going home empty handed as they will be greeted by a luxury swag bag provided by Hollywood Baskets, the exclusive gifting service used by stars and studios.  These gift bags are packed with amazing items and have a value that runs into thousands of dollars

Sunny Sleevez 50+ UPF sun protection sleeves were chosen to be included in these exclusive, luxury-packed goody bags.

Sunny Sleevez are light-as-a-feather, UV-fabric, sun blocking sleeves that can be worn with a regular short sleeved top to protect arms and top of hands from sun damage.

Sunny Sleevez was created by Dashiel St. Damien a mother who had moved from the UK to LA and struggled to protect her fair skinned children in the harsh California sun.

Dashiel, (a freckly red head herself), was advised by her doctor not to put sunscreen on her baby until he was at least 6 months old as this could trigger allergies.

Frustrated by having to keep her little one in the shade, or have him totally over heated in long sleeved tops she created UV blocking fabric sleeves that are easy to “Slip on in the Sun, and Slide off when done!”

The highly breathable fabric blocks 99% of UVA & UVB rays, and is worn with a regular short sleeved to  allow cooling under arm ventilation. The addition of fabulous designs added to the kid appeal, featuring fun tattoo-inspired designs like dragons, flowers and even 3d butterflies with wings that actually flutter.

Says Dashiel “mornings used to be a nightmare with my son running away as I tried to sunscreen him. Then I found out that sunscreen takes 20 minutes to even start working and has to be reapplied every 2 hours, so it wasn’t working on the way to school and had expired long before he went out at lunch. All that struggle for no protection!”

Skin cancer is now the most common form of cancer in the USA, with 1 in 5 Americans diagnosed. It has been reported that just 1 serious sun burn in childhood can double the risk of skin cancer in later life.

Unfortunately many sunscreens to not give good protection.

In 2010 the environmental working group release a study that showed that of the top selling 500 sunscreens tested, only 8% actually did what they claimed & many did not block UVA rays, a leading cause of melanoma & contained some really worrying chemicals.

Using a physical barrier like sun protective clothing which blocks UVA & UVB rays is very important, & means you can see where you are protected.

Using Sunny Sleevez parents can once again look forward to ending “Sunscreen Battles” and the enjoy the summer without the sun (block) screams from sun lotion accidently rubbed in eyes.

Sunny Sleevez have been popular with adults too who use  `Sunny Sleevez” for gardening, running, golf and those with skin conditions like lupus. One of the most popular uses for sun sleeves are for drivers many of whom keep a pair permanently in the car to prevent  “truckers tan!”

Sunny Sleevez are also a greener choice keeping toxic chemicals out of the ocean and using green techniques in manufacturing including water reclaiming, solar curing and 0 waste.

Sunny Sleevez are now available around the world from the UK to Japan, in many US boutiques and malls as well as online.

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Sunny Sleevez a Los Angeles based company that makes UV sun protection sleeves that give instant chemical free sun protection for arms and top of hands for babies, kids and adults.

Sunny Sleevez – As recommended by Good Morning America & Triathlete Magazine & received Creative Child Magazine’s parent tested “Top Choice” Award for safety.

50+UPF Sunny Sleevez

About sunnysleevez

I'm a freckly red head, originally from London now living in LA with 2 pale children. Frankly with our coloring we have no business being such an outdoorsy family and living in southern California. I grew up in a time when factor 8 sun milk was considered the best protection available to combat the hot rays of a holiday in southern Spain, that lead to 3rd degree burns and the rest of the vacation spent in the shade of our apartment. As a family we love to be outside, going to the beach, camping, swimming & hiking. We can't completely avoid the sun (nor should we) but taking sensible measures to avoid unnecessary UV damage is a priority. How do we do that? By staying in the shade in the middle of the day, wearing sun protective clothing (that's why I created Sunny Sleevez), a broad brimmed hat, UV rated sunglasses, using chemical-free broad spectrum sun screen on exposed areas & eating a healthy diet with as few chemicals as possible & lots of antioxidants.
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2 Responses to Sunny Sleevez Protects the Red Carpet at the 84th Oscars – The Unmissable Summer Sun-Block Buster

  1. Hi! Thank you so much for following my blog ( ).
    I was wondering if you might be interested in sponsoring my ride across the country with a pair of Sunny Sleeves? I would love to promote you as a sponsor. My father had malignant melanoma, and we nearly lost him, so I have a vetted interest in promoting such an awesome product. I’d love to hear from you! 🙂



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