Miami Beach, FL – Two years ago, Miami Beach Suncare launched the first free sunscreen dispenser program offering SPF 30 Sea Kelp Sunscreen Lotion to all who visit our public beaches, parks and pools. At this time, we are thrilled to announce that Mount Sinai Medical Center and the City of Miami Beach have approved the extension of the program for the next five years!
We could not be prouder of the continued exposure that our free sunscreen dispenser program has brought to the City including receiving accolades from Vice President Joe Biden during his Cancer Moonshot Initiative Summit in Washington, DC last summer. As the first in the nation to offer free sunscreen to the public, we are proud to help lead a national movement in skin cancer awareness and prevention.
The program also received national recognition with its first industry award at Cosmoprof North America in Las Vegas last year. Awarded to a select few of the 1,200 exhibiting brands, the prestigious 2016 Trendsetter Award identified the most innovative exhibitors at the show who are setting trends on a global scale.
As the official and exclusive sunscreen of the City of Miami Beach, we are excited to continue giving back to our community and ensuring that all who live, work and play on our beaches stay protected from the sun. As part of our commitment to sun safety, the extension of this program gives us the opportunity to continue raising awareness on the importance of skin cancer awareness prevention. We are most grateful to Mount Sinai Medical Center and the City of Miami Beach for helping us lead the movement.