EcoStinger® Sun Protective Swimwear UPF50+ UV and Jellyfish Protection Full Body Coverup UV Swimsuits Stinger Suits and Sunsuits for Women Men Girls and Boys.
EcoStinger® UV swimsuits protect against UVA and UVB blocking over 97.5% of the sun ultraviolet rays, also protect against Jellyfish Stingers, Sea Lice and Sandflies, fabric is chlorine resistant and skin breathable keeping the body cool, perfect body snug fit with excellent stretch and recovery, quick drying, and recommended for all type of water sports activities including swimming, snorkeling, diving, surfing, sailing, water skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, rowing, scuba diving, paddling, competitive and marathon swimming; Can be worn under a wetsuit or dive suit for easier donning; Suitable for warm, lukewarm, cool and cold water temperature, also in heated and chlorinated pools.
What Is The Difference Between Stinger Suit, Dive Skin, Wetsuit, Drysuit and Dive Suit? Stinger Suits and Dive Skins are suitable for warm and lukewarm water temperature; while Wetsuits, Dive Suits and Drysuits are more suitable for cool and cold water temperature. Read more.
Maintain a Healthy and Radiant Skin after a long day on the beach or swimming pool when wearing EcoStinger® full body cover UV swimsuits.
EcoStinger® Stinger Suits and Sunsuits are designed and constructed to shield your skin from the sun damaging UV rays, protect your skin against Jellyfish Stingers, Sea Lice, Mosquito bites and other water and external elements keeping your skin covered and protected against rough surfaces, sand abrasions, beach rocks and other water and pool substances, and helping your skin maintain a healthy and radiant look for years to come.
What Is The Difference Between Regular And Sun Protection Swimwear?
there are 3 key differences between Regular and Sun Protection Coverup Swimwear; Fabric Type, Design Style and Body Fit:
1. Fabric Type: regular and sun protection swimwear are usually made from special type of stretch fabric that is suitable for use in water, mostly made from Nylon, Lycra, Elastane, Spandex or Polyester yarn. The quality and performance is linked to the fabric composition example Nylon/Lycra or Polyester/PBT and to the weight example 170gsm or 200gsm (grams per sqaure meter), however to achieve UV protection status the fabric need to be tightly knitted in order to block the sun UV rays from getting through and reaching the skin, hence some regular swimwear fabrics are not suitable for sun protection. The highest UV protection ratings a fabric can achieve is UPF50+ which blocks over 97.5% of the sun UV radiation according to Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA).
2. Design Style: the design difference is quite visible between regular swimwear which tends to follow fashionable trends and personal tastes where more skin is exposed, while sun protection swimwear takes into consideration the need to cover as much skin as possible to ensure protection against the sun UV radiation; sun protective coverup swimwear designs such as stinger suits, dive skins and full body swimsuits covering the arms and legs have the ability to keep the skin protected all day long from the harsh UV rays which can cause sunburns, skin damage and worst case scenario skin cancer.
2. Body Fit: UV protection swimsuits are designed for a snug body fit which enhances performance and provide adequate UV protection. The snug fit style is similar to slim fit sizing, that is why it is recommended to choose one size up from your regular swimwear and clothing size.
Over exposure to the sun UV rays can severely damage the skin!
Millions of people head outdoors every year when the weather warms up, in fact the last statistical records by census.gov of 2010 put the number of Amrerican adults participation in beach leisure activities at 58 million and 670 thousands people not including children (Census Bureau of USA), this represent about 20% of the entire USA population as of 2010, and this trend has grown in recent years. In 2019, the latest year for which incidence data are available, 88,059 new cases of Melanomas of the skin were reported in the United States (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), this represent about 0.032% of the population, however when taking into consideration that about 20% of the USA population engage in beach activities and are more exposed to the sun, this figure represents about 0.139% as a percentage of the people who spends their time on the beach. If you don't take precautions and steps to be protected from the sun UVA and UVB rays, you may end up with sunburns and unwanted skin damage. Over exposure to the sun rays can severely damage the skin cells and may ultimately lead to skin cancer! Protecting yourself and your family from an early age can help preserve your skin natural elements. Although sunscreen is a great tool to help prevent sun damage, but it is not enough on its own. When spending any amount of time in the sun, it is essential to wear UV protection swimsuit and sun protective clothing in addition to applying sunscreen to minimize the effects of the sun's ultraviolet rays.