Cancer Council recommends consumers discontinue using Cancer Council Sensitive Sunscreen SPF50+ 110ml batch number 1103178 and Cancer Council Sensitive Sunscreen SPF50+ 200ml batch number 1099751.
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Cancer Council hats are designed for sun protection and are independently tested and rated UPF50+. We have over 200 styles available.


Cancer Council sunglasses are fitted with category 3 polarised lenses. Category 3 lenses provide high protection against sunglare, good UV protection, and comply with the mandatory requirements of the Australian Standard for sunglasses and fashion spectacles, AS/NZS 1067.1:2016. We have over 200 styles to choose from.

Apparel and swimwear

Cancer Council’s apparel and swimwear range is made from durable, quick-drying, close-weave materials. Our swimwear is exclusively designed in Australia and is chlorine resistant, made from long-lasting materials which stay sun protective when wet. Cancer Council apparel and swimwear conforms to Australian Standard AS4399:2020. Everything in our range has been independently tested and is rated UPF50+.


Cancer Council broad-spectrum sunscreens are rated between SPF30 and SPF50+ and are available in a range of innovative formulations and packaging to suit every lifestyle.

Australian sunscreens are regulated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), part of the Australian Government's Department of Health. All sunscreens sold here must meet Australian testing standards, which are some of the strictest in the world.

Cancer Council sunscreens are manufactured in TGA-approved laboratories and are tested before going on sale to make sure they meet their SPF and water resistance claims. Each batch is also tested prior to sale. As well as this, all active ingredients are approved by the TGA based on the latest evidence regarding their effectiveness and safety.

Shade: Umbrellas, cabanas and shelters

Cancer Council beach cabanas, umbrellas and pram covers provide excellent UV protection when combined with other forms of sun protection.