Get ready for a summer with no hassle, no waste, and no more worrying about burnt shoulders!
Being sunburnt 5 or more times, specifically throughout childhood increases your risk of skin cancer later on in life! The majority of parents use sunscreen to protect their kids, normally apply only once and in small amounts. In order to be entirely reliable, sunscreen needs to be reapplied every 2 hrs and also after every swim. It’s a pretty difficult task when you have playful youngsters getting ready to go and enjoy a long day by the water, not to mention an expensive one!
Meet Tenue de Soleil
They want to show the importance of allowing youngsters and parents alike appreciate their moments in the sunlight.
Tenue de Soleil produces cool UV-protective swimsuits for active kids, made from recycled nylon supporting clean oceans. Made by a board accredited skin specialist, and skin cancer professional Dr. Daniel Kadouch (MD, Ph.D.), their swimsuit provides full UPF50+ coverage so you don’t have to worry about burnt shoulders ever again.
Stylish UV-protective swimsuits
Safety is the most important thing, however, summer should be all about having a good time. Whether that’s making sandcastles, exploring rock pools, or splashing around in the water, Tenue de Soleil swimsuit lets children be children so moms and dads can concentrate on taking pleasure in spending their time together, while being sure that their kids are fully protected from the sun.
They say they don’t follow short-term fashion trends, opting instead for classic, gender-neutral styles that will certainly last longer than one summer season. Their swimwear is very durable and can be passed down from kid to kid.
Explore their Tenue de Soleil collection of great swimwear styles. And don’t stress over choosing your design, dimension, and favorite shade at the moment. They will collect all those details after their campaign finishes.
Available in sizes 6 months, 6-12 months, 18 months-2 years, and in colors Summer Olive, Sunny Peach, and Royal Ocean Blue. Ageless style with excellent comfort, this onesie is quick-drying, versatile, and breathable. The back zip on the Lou Onesie has a zip guard not to scratch the skin.
Available in dimensions 2-4-6-8-10-12 years as well as in colors Violet Purple, Sunny Peach, and Royal Ocean Blue. Classic design with superb comfort, this swimwear is quick-drying, versatile, and breathable. The back zip on the Malie Swimsuit has a zip guard to prevent scratching as well.
Samu Top & Teddy Bottom
Available in dimensions 2-4-6-8-10-12 years and in colors Summertime Olive, Sunny Peach, and Royal Ocean Blue. Ageless design with excellent convenience, they’re both quick-drying, stretchy, and breathable. The back zip on the Samu Top is also equipped with a zip guard.
Samu Top & Oti Short
Offered in sizes 2-4-6-8-10-12 years, in shades Summer Olive, Sunny Peach, and Royal Ocean Blue. Classic style with outstanding comfort, these products are quick-drying, stretchy, and breathable. The back zip on the Samu Top has a zip guard to protect the skin.
They’re committed to sustainability, which is why their apparel is made from recycled ocean plastics and shipped to you in minimal, plastic-free packaging. By choosing Tenue de Soleil, you’re making a conscious selection to add towards a cleaner, a lot more sustainable means of shopping.
Wearing Tenue de Soleil swimwear cuts down sunscreen consumption up to 80%, so you can basically get your return of investment in 9 sunny days on the beach!
Ideal coverage and comfort
Tenue de Soleil is expertly designed with exceptionally high-quality UPF50+ UV-protective fabrics. By combining different designs with gender-neutral colors and classic designs there’s a Tenue de Soleil for everybody.
And you can be certain that it’s designed to provide the best balance of coverage and comfort for safe play in the sunlight. Tenue de Soleil has been used by more than two hundred children last summer season.
Under The Same Sun helps people with albinism in Africa overcome discrimination through education and advocacy. Albinism is a hereditary condition that causes a lack of coloring in skin, hair, and eyes. Individuals with albinism are a lot more susceptible to skin cancer because the lack of melanin in their skin leaves them unguarded from the sun. A lot of children with albinism as young as 10 in sub-Saharan Africa have some form of early-stage skin cancer and only 2% live past the age of 40. Many of them are not aware of the risk from the sun or how to protect themselves.