Only Dannii Minogue can make a skin cancer awareness campaign look so sexy
The 43-year-old brunette beauty has stripped off for Invisible Zinc’s latest ad campaign, raising awareness of skin cancer prevention.
Covered in leopard print body paint, the singer shares the message “some spots can be dangerous” in the short video.
The aim of the campaign is to promote the skin safety message: a leopard can’t change its spots but your spots can change.
“I just had the full check recently,” Minogue told The Daily Telegraph.
“When I went for my appointment I was nervous and scared — but I’m all healthy. You need to do it once a year.”
“A lot of skin damage from years ago comes out later,” she said.
Australia has the highest incidence of melanoma in the world, with more than 12,500 new cases diagnosed every year.
More than 1,500 Australians die from melanoma each year.
Aside from the fatal consequences, the sun's damaging UV rays are responsible for up to 80 percent of wrinkles.
Too much sun exposure can cause pigmentation and a reduction in skin elasticity.
Invisible Zinc will donate $1 to Melanoma Institute Australia every time the video starring Dannii Minogue is shared.