Dangerous sun exposure can be prevented with Undercover Waterwear.
Summer brings hot days, swimming, and sadly sunburns. Over a month ago I had the pleasure of going to Orlando, Florida for a PR trip to Discovery Cove for Mom Blog Society with my granddaughter. It was the first time I think in 17 years that I have worn a bathing suit (as well as purchased one). So you can only image that my skin was more sensitive than normal. I did wear sunscreen. Only to find out I had missed some spots and with all of the time out in the sun and water, I burnt pretty bad.
I wish I had the Undercover top and capris I now have. Undercover Waterwear swimwear are UPF 50+ for full day protection in the sun. They are made from special swim material which is made up from 80% Lycra and 20% Spandex. What I do like is they are non-clingy in the water and they dry extra quickly. Another plus is that they are made in the US.
Sunburns can cause dehydration, sun poisoning as well as blisters. It can turn your awesome vacation into time spent at the ER or stuck in your hotel room. I was afraid they would be too heavy to wear in the heat and getting wet, but it almost felt lighter than my actual swimming suit.
Undercover Waterwear has many different patterns, colors, styles, and sizes. They offer sizes from xs-4x, and they also have items for younger girls also. Undercover Waterwear also carries accessories like head covers that will cover the back of your neck. With their style guide, you can see exactly what styles they offer. You can also use your Undercover Waterwear to do yoga or just lounge around in. Possibly if you are adventurous you can dance in the rain. But whatever you choose to do while wearing them, you will be comfortable.
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This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.