Mommy Knows Best - Dress Your Kid in Sun Protective Clothing
Do you ever run into those other moms who have something to say about everything you do? Maybe they’re turning up their noses at you because your sunscreen’s SPF is less than 5,000. Or perhaps they are scoffing at your use of sunscreen spray as they apply their goopy, white, gluten-and-dairy-free sunblock.
Whatever you choose to use, you’re following your motherly instincts and protecting your kiddo from the sun’s harmful rays. When you want to make sun protection as easy as possible, you can conveniently grab some sunblock swimwear, a rashguard or a beach cover up.
While putting sun protective clothing on your kids doesn’t eliminate the need to coat their exposed skin with sunscreen, it can provide an added layer of protection and keep more skin covered. Every mom will agree that using sun protective clothing can take away from the stress of deciding whether you’re doing the right thing. Plus, sun protective clothing is cute and comfortable enough that your child will probably ask to wear it every day. It’s a win-win!