As I check my patients skin for cancer, I am frequently asked the question, "what does skin cancer look like?" This of course is a difficult question because skin cancer...
In my practice, I have seen countless preventable skin cancers on the head, neck and back but repeatedly meet resistance from both patients and friends when I suggest wearing a swim shirt or rash guard and a hat. Why? Because most swim shirts are not comfortable and not flattering. This inspired me to create the perfect swim shirt.
Working with an expert in swim and sports wear, we set out to create the Waterhoody -- a comfortable and stylish swim shirt that protects the most vulnerable parts of your skin. We had three guiding principals when designing the shirt: 1) quality: we sourced the highest quality fabrics from Italy to ensure comfort and longevity; 2) fashionable: flattering design so people will feel great wearing it; and 3) hood: imperative to the design to protect sensitive, exposed areas.
We're so confident you'll love your Waterhoody, we'll make return shipping free -- no questions asked!
Dr. Rebecca Shpall is a Stanford trained dermatologist who practices in the San Francisco Bay Area and is always looking for ways to prevent avoidable skin damage and disease.
Waterhoody is manufactured with the highest quality Italian fabrics and designed in California.