Daily Bagel: Maria Sharapova gets into the makeup business
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• Sharpova is now the co-owner of Supergoop (no really, that's the name) a cosmetics company focused on reducing skin damage.
Her desire to spread awareness about sun damage, especially skin cancer, the most prevalent – and preventable – of all leading cancers, dovetailed with the company's mission.
One in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.
"If there was a cream you could put on your body that would prevent women from having breast cancer you can imagine how incredibly popular it would be," said Sharapova, who learned from her mother the importance of using sun protection after a childhood spent mostly in sun-baked Florida.
"I think the voice that I have can be quite powerful in this category," added Sharapova, who turns 27 this month.
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