QUICK FACTS

WHAT IS UPF?

UVA VS UVB

HOW TO WEAR

As a women-owned business, we're all about designing stylish sun safe solutions to make your life better, from everyday to vacay.
Clothing is the first line of defense against the sun. Dermatologist recommend wearing items with a UPF of 50+, the highest rated UPF available.
Skin cancer is the one preventable cancer. But the reality is, you’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life.
 
That's where UV protective clothing comes in! Whether you're relaxing on the beach, running to the store, headed on vacation or grabbing lunch with friends, we offer stylish, sun safe options to keep you protected from everyday to vacay.
UVA RAYS are known as the aging rays & make you look old before your time. This sneaky stream creeps through clouds and glitters through glass.
UVB RAYS are known as the burning rays & cause skin to burn. They are strongest in the summer midday hours.
All of our fabrics are rigorously tested in accordance with the standards set forth by the American Association of Textile Chemist and Colorists: 40 washings & 100 hours of extended light exposure.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
1/5 Americans will develop skin cancer before the age of 70. You’re not going to hide out from the sun your whole life. Pull copy from brand bible.
There is strong evidence that sun exposure and sunburns during childhood multiply the risk of developing skin cancer later on. Wearing rashguards and putting on sunscreen together are great ways to help your kids to adopt healthy sun protective habits early on.
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