Maria Sharapova is totally winning at life and especially when it comes to being a luxury brand Ambassador. Now Maria is showing her smart business skills off the tennis court these days. She came on as an investor for Supergoop a little over a year and quickly became a very important healthy skin investor Ambassador for the brand.
Supergoop is a Texas-based company that makes sunscreens, eye creams and other products. Sharapova invested an undisclosed amount in Supergoop last year and has since helped educate people on the havoc the sun can have on unprotected skin.
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Sharapova is heading up a new campaign called Project Black Dot that aims to educate consumers on skin cancer and the benefits of wearing sunscreen daily. Wearing sunscreen daily has been a habit for the athlete since she was young, training in the sun sometimes six hours a day in Florida.
Supergoop is sold in Sephora, Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard’s and Nordstrom, among other retailers.