Sun Protection Clothing for Babies

by Ash
(Atlanta, GA, USA)

When it comes to babies and children, we need to be extra careful about sun protection. Reason being, their skin is soft and more susceptible to sunburn.

Be it clothing to cover the body, arms and legs or hats to cover the head, we need to choose the right fabric. Cotton is one of the best fabrics used to make sun protection clothing from.

I still remember when my little son was four months old and we had to go to the beach for a get together. I searched the whole market to select the sun protection clothing for him.

I found some specially designed sun suits in the market, both long sleeve rash guard with rash shorts plus short sleeves with board shorts. With various colors and designs, there is a remarkable variety of infant swimwear and hats.

After window shopping for about two hours, I finally settled for romper style uv protective clothing and a beautiful hat.

UV protection is a further assurance on the quality part and I did not want to take any chances. I also chose some kids swimwear in case we need to get him in the ocean.

Not to mention, all the clothing I chose were of light shades so that they do not absorb too much heat.

I also took care that my selected clothes are lighter in weight and each layer of material is good enough to take care of sweating.

Though it may seem a minor issue to some people, but you need to spend time to take care of the sun's UV rays and heat.

As the old saying goes, prevention is better than the cure since I always want to get the best sun protection for my children.

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