Sunscreen slows skin aging

Doctors and scientists already know that too much sun exposure can lead directly to skin cancer, which kills thousands of people every year. Even just one bad sunburn in childhood can dramatically increase a child’s chance of skin cancer later in life (that is why we strongly urge parents to choose SwimZip sun protective swimwear for kids for outside play time). According to a Yahoo article, now researchers have found that keeping covered up from the sun actually slows skin aging: “after 4½ years, those who used sunscreen regularly had younger-looking hands, with 24 percent less skin aging than those who used sunscreen only some of the time“.

Sunscreens and sun protective swimsuits for kids are are great ways to stay sun safe. SwimZip’s UPF 50+ bating suits for children block 99% of UVA and UVB rays. Remembering to put on sunscreen everyday can be difficult (according to the article: “Daily sunscreen use was tough — participants did cheat a little”), but fortunately sun protective clothing for kids does not have to be reapplied! Be sun smart and stay covered up with sunscreen and sun protective clothing for healthier looking skin and avoiding skin cancer.

2013 reviews say SwimZip sun protective clothing and rash guard bathing suit styles are perfect for infant, baby, newborn toddler, and girl or boy children of any age. SwimZip best rated SPF rashguard swim suit sets with sun protection come in boy and girl kid sizes 0-3 month, 3-6 month, 6-12 month, 12-18 month, 18-24 month, 1t, 2t, 3t, 4t, 5t, Size 6, Size 7, Size 8, Size 9. Award winning SwimZip sun protection swim wear, with its signature full zipper, offers the best boy and girl swimwear.

For all your UPF 50+ kid rashguard swimsuit and spf swimwear needs, be sure to visit … SwimZip makes UV sun protection a zip!

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