Posts Tagged ‘sun protection hats’

Summer Fun In The Sun Needs Sun Protection

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Women’s Hats That Offer Sun Protection


Summer is finally here and it’s so important to protect yourself from the sun’s strong rays. Applying sunscreen first thing in the morning is the best way to ensure you are protected for the day. In addition, it’s important to wear sunglasses and a hat. While a big brimmed and floppy hat offers the best protection to your face, ears, and back of the neck, sometimes it isn’t practical or to be honest, we just don’t want to wear one of those big brimmed floppy hats. As an alternative, we offer Madcapz – fun colorful women’s baseball caps that do offer some protection from the sun.


So, next time you head outdoors, plesae remember to wear a hat!

FDA Approves New Sunscreen Rules

Friday, June 17th, 2011

New Sunscreen Regulations From FDA


We all know it’s better to stay out of the sun to prevent overexposure to the sun. And if you do go out, it’s important to protect your face and eyes with a hat and sunglasses. Of course, our preferred method of head covering is a Madcapz! But we know it’s impossible to stay out of the sun completely and now the FDA has addressed the labeling on sunscreens with new regulations with the hope of standardizing the sunscreen industry.

With over 2 million people diagnosed with skin cancer every year, the FDA has just approved more stringent and standard rules for sunscreens. These new regulations will address the labeling of sunscreens. The words “waterproof”, “sun protection”, and other phrases will be replaced with “Broad Spectrum” but only if the sunscreen passes a test of  providing a certain percentage of protection against UVA rays versus UVB rays. UVB rays cause sunburn and UVA rays go deeper causing premature aging. Both may lead to skin cancer. To read more about the new FDA sunscreen regulations, read here: NEW FDA SUNSCREEN REGULATIONS

6 Easy Ways To Protect Yourself From The Sun

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Sun Protection Tips To Keep You Safe


With summer on its way, (and in most parts of the country it seems as if it’s here already!) we have some sun protection tips that you can easily remember before you go out for the day. These tips can save you from serious sun-related problems, so take a moment to read on:

1) Wear Sunscreen – apply sunscreen as part of your morning routine. It will become a habit before you know it!

2) Wear Sun Protective Clothing – if you don’t wear sun protective clothing, at least be mindful of skin that is exposed and apply sunscreen or better yet, cover up!

3) Cover Your Head – with a Madcapz, of course!

4) Wear Sunglasses – your eyes are extremely sensitive and wearing sunglasses protects them from the sun’s harmful rays.

5) Don’t Go Out In Middle Of Day when the sun is strongest! Although this may not be practical on a day to day basis, if you are mindful that the sun is most dangerous between 10 and 3 you might begin to plan your day accordingly.

For more information on sun protection, click here to read from’s blog: SUN PROTECTION TIPS

Most important – be smart this summer and protect yourself from the sun!

Do You Think About Sun Protection In Winter?

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

You should think about sun protection in winter!

As the cooler weather hits, we put away the summer clothes in preparation for the change of season. But be sure to leave your Madcapz on! Your skin can be damaged from UV rays whether the sun is shining bright or it’s a cold, cloudy fall day:

Women’s Hats Not Only For Sun Protection!

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

Parrot Poo Protection Hats?

We know hats like Madcapz are great for protecting heads from the sun, but it’s not only unwanted rays that we need protection from…

Check out the lids given out at this British theme park:

We would wear this Parrot Poo Protection hat?  Would you?

Headwear Association Kicks Off Hat Day In The Sun – June 18

Friday, June 18th, 2010

To promote the benefits of wearing the right hat to protect against skin cancer, premature skin damage and the advance aging process, The Headwear Association is launching their annual Hat Day in the Sun on Friday, June 18.

To celebrate this event, THA members will be giving away FREE WIDE BRIMMED sun-protection hats across the country. How great is that?

For a list of cities, locations and times, visit

Sun Protection Hats and Sunscreens

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

We’ve Got You Covered

Even though Madcapz offer great sun protection, it’s important to use sunscreen as well, especially on your face.

Are you confused by all the sunscreen options? Water resistant, SPF 50?

The Skin Cancer Foundation has a guide to help you navigate the maize of sun protection choices!

June is Cancer from the Sun Month

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Did you know June is Cancer from the Sun Month?

Don’t let a little burn turn into a big problem.

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, accounting for nearly half of all cancers in the United States. This month, The American Cancer Society stresses the need to educate the public on how to make informed personal decisions about sun-safety. The best ways to prevent skin cancer include: avoiding the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., using sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher, wearing a hat when you’re outside, and seeking shade in mid afternoon when the sun’s rays are strongest.

PLEASE wear a Madcapz when you go outside! You have plenty to choose from:

Head Start on the Holiday!

Friday, May 28th, 2010


Memorial Day Weekend begins today!! And the National Council on Skin Care Protection kicks off “Don’t Fry Day”!


HAVE A SAFE & HAPPY WEEKEND – and remember to cover your face and head with a MADCAPZ!

Heads Up Folks – Sun Protection Hats A Must!

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Did you know the sun’s UV rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes?

Take these precautions even on cloudy days:


Women’s hats offer sun protection that is so important during summer months when the sun is so strong! So, take a look and pick a Madcapz women’s hat that will protect you during the summer!