That's right. The advice you've always heard about having thick skin is A LIE. Okay not totally. But when it comes to your phone, a thin skin is the perfect solution to the problem we're all facing.
So, let’s face it.
The very, very expensive device in your hand right now is exactly like the one your friend is holding right next to you. Go ahead, look for the person nearest to you and check out their phone. Look familiar? A skin is the best way to separate yourself from the crowd while also protecting your device from scratches and fingerprints. Considering most of the new phones on the market today are absolute fingerprint magnets, you're going to want something to prevent your sleek device from becoming a breeding ground for smudges and marks. Most skins can even enhance grip, minimizing your risk of shattering that pricey gadget by dropping it. If you're anything like us and many others, you have yet to find a phone case that doesn't diminish the natural beauty of your phone. They're incredibly thick, and change your sleek piece of tech into a hidden piece of tech covered by plastic. A skin offers the advantage of personal customization and coverage without a bulky case.
At Skinja, we believe you've spent enough of your hard-earned cash to get your device. Customizing it to be one-of-a-kind shouldn’t be difficult or expensive. That’s why we offer a variety of high-quality, precisely cut skins that are thick enough to last, and thin enough to seamlessly compliment your phone. Starting at just $10, our skins cover everything from the iPhone X , Galaxy S8, and Note 8 all the way to the PS4 and Xbox One. We even have the perfect skins for iPads. In fact, your first skin from us is free, just pay shipping. What’s the catch? There is no catch. We want to give you the best opportunity to experience Skinja. How? Get started at www.skinja.com.
OUR MISSION? DELIVER THE BEST VALUE TO OUR CUSTOMERS BY PROVIDING THE BEST PRODUCT AT THE BEST PRICE.
We’ll keep it simple. By now you know our prices are the best out there. But what might you not know?