UV-Blocker has recently been approved to display a doctor’s seal of approval, a major benefit granted by consumer protection service Doctor Trusted.
Oct 26, 2015 /prREACH/ -- New York, N.Y.— Online health retailer, UV-Blocker, has recently been approved to display a doctor's seal of approval, a major benefit granted by consumer protection service Doctor Trusted.
To earn certification, UV-Blocker passed a strict application process that involves a careful evaluation by a doctor of their website and any products or services offered. The review process involves predetermined criteria that include fair pricing and return criteria, reasonable medical claims, easy-to-locate customer service and protection of sensitive customer data, among others.
The entire process promotes consumer safety surrounding health products and services, and helps UV-Blocker strengthen trust in their brand as an online health business.
As UV-Blocker has passed each of these criteria, they are now eligible to display a web seal of approval on their webpage, which provides an easy, highly visible way for customers to check legitimacy on their own before making a purchase. This protects customers as well as business owners by elevating moral business practices and accountability.
UV-Blocker sells a patented line of UV umbrellas, approved by the Melanoma International Foundation; the umbrellas protect melanoma patients and individuals sensitive to the sun from harmful UV rays. The umbrella line consists of the compact, travel, large folder, fashion, golf and the personal and large beach umbrella. A variety for all outdoor activities.
The company was started in 2003 after co-founder Ron Walker was diagnosed with melanoma and realized there was a need for quality sun protection products. Russ Coulon co-owner of UV Blocker says “UV-Blocker’s mission to provide sun protection umbrellas allows customers to preserve quality of life without worry over skin damage from harmful UV rays. The unique design of each umbrella incorporates this mission without compromising the pleasure derived from outdoor activities".