National Skin Cancer Action Week: 18-24 November
With two in three Australians diagnosed with skin cancer by age 70, the action week is an important reminder of sun protection and early skin cancer detection for all Australians.
More than 2,000 people in Australia die from skin cancer each year, and Cancer Council estimates that Australia spends more than $1 billion per year treating skin cancer, with costs increasing substantially over the past few years.
Yet most skin cancers can be prevented by the use of good sun protection.
To encourage Australians to remember to use the five forms of sun protection, we are inviting everyone to join the #SunSmartGeneration.
Today’s children have grown up with the SunSmart message and are our most sun savvy generation ever. Parents understand the importance of protecting their little one’s skin with rashies, hats, sunglasses, shade and sunscreen. However, it’s important that adults protect their own skin too. It’s never too late to prevent further damage and parents play an important role in setting a good example for their kids.
That’s why this National Skin Cancer Action Week, Australians of all ages are urged to use the five forms of sun protection.
These are to:
- slip on sun-protective clothing
- slop on SPF30 (or higher) broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen
- slap on a broad-brimmed hat
- seek shade
- slide on sunglasses.
A combination of these measures, along with getting to know your skin and regularly checking for any changes, are the keys to reducing your skin cancer risk.
Our partnership with Cancer Council Australia.
MotorOne, now in its 15th year of partnership with Cancer Council Australia, is very proud to announce that we have raised over $4.5 million for Cancer Council through the sales of our endorsed window films.
The relationship between MotorOne and Cancer Council was initiated in 2002 in Victoria, and has since evolved into an exclusive national licensing agreement with Cancer Council Australia. In line with Cancer Council’s stringent testing and evaluation for any endorsed product, Cancer Council Window Films have been independently tested by ARPANSA (Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency) resulting in the highest possible UPF rating of 50+. Download the report.
MotorOne, with the help of accredited automotive dealerships throughout Australia, contributes funds from the sale of UV Shield, UV Clear and Dark Night to Cancer Council to help fund awareness and education programs in the fight to reduce skin cancer. Read Cancer Council's letter of appreciation to MotorOne and accredited dealerships.
Every tint helps beat cancer.
Did you know...A portion of every sale of Cancer Council Auto Tint goes directly towards cancer research, education and patient support services?
Cancer Council Endorsed Auto Tints OFFER SO MANY BENEFITS.
- Reduces UV exposure associated with increased risk of skin cancer
- UPF 50+ protection rated film gives all the family maximum protection
- Up to 60% glare reduction for safer driving
- Helps hold shattered glass together in the event of an accident
- Clear, uninterrupted viewing, day and night, for safer driving
- Lifetime warranty for peace of mind*
If you'd like to see a sample of these window films, please contact your nearest participating dealership.
Thank you for helping us support Daffodil Day
On Friday 25 August, the MotorOne staff around the country along with our dealership partners worked together to raise funds for Cancer Council Australia. As part of the Daffodil Day campaign, we had official merchandise for purchase where 100% of the proceeds would go to Cancer Council Australia, for research, education and patient support services. Thank you to everyone who purchase a lapel pin or pen - you're helping to raise funds for those living with Cancer, as well as raising awareness.
*Warranty terms, conditions and exclusions apply.