Australia’s leading sun safe clothing brand, SParms has partnered with Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse to help Australians access high quality sun safe clothing and accessories.

The first of its kind relationship in Australia will see Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse become the first pharmacy chain in the country to stock sun safe sleeves as a product of the sun care category across its network.

“Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse category manager, Natalie Cook has shown so much leadership and foresight in understanding and recognising the importance of sun safe clothing as an essential health and wellness product,” SParms founder and CEO, Mimi Lee said.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse to make our SParms sun safe clothing and accessories available to Australians through their pharmacies. Medical experts agree that the best form of defence against skin cancer is to prevent the sun’s rays reaching the skin and wearing sun safe clothing should be the first form of action. 

“While sunscreen is also an important weapon in the sun safe tool box, the reality is that sunscreen varies in quality and strength, needs to be re-applied when worn in water, and can wear off quite quickly.”

Cook added: “Our aim at Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse is to provide our customers with the best possible health and beauty solutions at everyday low prices so they can live their best life.”

Established on the Gold Coast in 2010, SParms has grown quickly to become the most iconic sun sleeve on the market and most trusted name in sun safe clothing. Since its launch, the brand has continued to release new ranges of sun safe clothing including t shirts, short sleeved shirts, long sleeved shirts, gloves and shoulder wraps. More recently, the brand has released a range of sun safe face masks.

“As pioneers in the personal safety industry, we knew we could make a difference. We had the tools, capabilities, ideal materials and technological know-how to make re-usable, washable wearable high quality masks, so we got to work,” Lee said.