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Avoid the Burn: First Sunscreen to Earn the Melanoma International Foundation Seal of Approval Expands Distribution Throughout Northern California
Date:6/4/2009

they also find most products to be greasy, heavy or irritating to the skin. Consumers who were previously turned off by other sunscreens because of sensitive skin are realizing that Sierra Summits is a fantastic option for them. We're glad to offer a high SPF sunblock that is light, non-greasy, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and offers the necessary broad spectrum protection."

Sierra Summits High Altitude Adventure Sunscreen is ideal for outdoor activities year-round, whether strenuous or leisurely. The line's wide range of skin protection products are offered in eco-friendly refillable and reusable tubes through select retail and specialty sporting goods stores and various online retailers, including the company's online store at www.sierrasummits.com.

Sierra Summits' unique formulation is lightweight, hypoallergenic, dermatologist-tested and is available at an affordable price. For more information about melanoma, early detection and advocacy, please visit www.melanomaintl.org.

About Sierra Summits

Sierra Summits is a small, independent, woman-owned skincare company based in Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Mountains. Sierra Summits specialty products include High Altitude Adventure Sunscreen, 4Paws (soothing and healing balm for dogs' paws), Adios (natural bug repellent), TrailHealer (natural healing balm for scrapes, contusions and abrasions) and therapeutic lip ointment. The company produces eco- and budget-friendly bulk packaging for easy refill options all year long. Sierra Summits sunblock is the first sunscreen to receive the Melanoma International Foundation's Seal of Approval. Sierra Summits products are available online at www.sierrasummits.com and at select retail stores throughout the country.


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