5 Tips to Stay Sun Safe Today

1. Avoid the sun between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. when the rays are the strongest. Try to get out and enjoy outdoor activities before or after these times.
2. Practice the shadow rule. If your shadow is shorter than you are, seek shade. This is an easy rule to teach to children to foster sun savvy behavior.
3. Be cautious when around sand and water. The water and sand reflect the sun’s rays and can increase your risk of sunburn.
4 Wear sun protective clothing like SwimZip UPF 50+ spf clothing and swimsuits. Cover up with cute sun protective shirts, tunics, pants, and rash guards to help protect your skin. There are many clothing options available that provide an Ultraviolet Protective Factor (UPF).
5. Wear your sunscreen! Apply a broad-spectrum, water-resistant product that provides an SPF of 30 or more to all exposed skin. Remember to reapply every 2 to 4 hours or after sweating or swimming. Remember your sunscreen on cloudy and hazy days as the sun’s rays radiate through clouds.

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Wearing sun protective clothing, like SwimZip’s rash guard swimsuit sets with UPF 50+ sun protection, is one of the best ways to stay sun safe!

2013 swimwear 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 http://www.swimzip.com … SwimZip makes UV sun protection a zip!

SwimZip sun protective swimwear is designed by mom and skin cancer survivor, Betsy Johnson. Choose sun protective swimwear made with a passion … choose SwimZip.

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