The renowned expert in sun protection for sensitive skin, LA ROCHE-POSAY, continues its commitment to educating Australians about the importance of daily sun protection, with the announcement of its official partnership with non-profit charity, SKIN CHECK CHAMPIONS.

The partnership was unveiled at the new 365+ SUMMER SKIN LAB BY LA ROCHE-POSAY, an engaging sun-safe
education hub located in Bondi. The pop-up destination is aimed at encouraging visitors to discover more about sun
protection, and the importance of wearing sunscreen every day to protect their skin against harmful UV exposure.
From today until 31st January 2021*, 365+ SUMMER SKIN LAB BY LA ROCHE-POSAY will welcome guests from
Thursdays to Sundays, to sample the skincare brand’s iconic Anthelios Invisible Fluid SPF 50+ sunscreen, and book in for FREE one-on-one skin check screenings by SKIN CHECK CHAMPIONS.

Commenting on the partnership and the national program that aims to conduct 2,500 free, educational skin checks
in 2021, SKIN CHECK CHAMPIONS Founding Ambassador and CEO, Jimmy Niggles Esq, said: “Every time we set up a skin screening, we save lives, and our goal is to be able to provide this service all around the country, showcasing Australia’s best technology and medical talent to do so. LA ROCHE-POSAY is underpinned by advanced research and backed by a global medical community, and sum up everything we look for in a partnership. From its partnerships with dermatologists and GPs, to the quality of its skincare developed for sensitive skin, everything LA ROCHE-POSAY does has purpose and vision, qualities we are honoured to align on.”

365+ SUMMER SKIN LAB BY LA ROCHE-POSAY will be open to the public from Thursday 10th December, Thursday – Sunday each week (closed Monday – Wednesday) until 31st January, with the exception of 25 December 2020. Located at 1 Beach Road, Bondi.

To book a free skin check, head to


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