If you're headed somewhere warm for the holidays and looking for high quality light weight sun protection look no further - SwimZip has you covered (literally). SwimZip offers beautiful light weight cover ups that are perfect for walking the beach, or headed to the palapa for a yummy lunch. It provides awesome coverage and also UPF 50+ sun protection.
When at the beach or pool, at first I felt a little strange wearing long sleeves, all these other ladies are wearing their cute bikinis or adorable one pieces.
Then I remember how bad those sun burns hurt when I was a kid. I remembered those nights I'd wake up with chills because the sunburn hurt me so bad. Then I realized I was covered (no pun intended). After a few days of seeing the same women at the pool, a couple of them came over to me and said where did you get that black and white shirt from. The cut is so flattering on you - you look tiny. My spirits lifted a bit after that quick conversation and quickly we chatted about sun protection and I had pool friends the whole summer. Talking about fun Friday nights out with the kids, to diaper changing craziness - we were friends. So, I just wanted to let everyone know - it is cool and fashionable to wear sun shirts. I wish I would have known about this before I was diagnosed with skin cancer, but I can't go back now. I can only protect my little ones with their SwimZips, and protect myself with the womens SwimZips!
Cheers to no cancer and staying fashion and stylish!
When shopping for toddlers it is so important to find something they want to wear. Rash guards can be extremely 'sticky' when went and extremely hard to get off.
So - we created SwimZip - Rash Guards that come off with one quick zip. You might be worried if the zipper would bug them, but don't you worry - I'm a mom of 2 boys and I thought the same thing - so I created a zipper flap that lays flat and protects their precious skin from getting rubbed with our zipper.
Kids even feel so comfortable it could be their PJs and head to the beach straight from waking up - and have donuts on the beach. Okay, maybe that is a little far, my son still loves his footed PJs, but I might be able to convince him to wear his SwimZip.