The struggle is real! The struggle to get your kids to stay still while you apply sunscreen can become a tug-of-war game. They are excited to get outside and play in the water, and it’s a battle to try and make sure they are fully coated in sunscreen. Skin care is extremely important to me and I want to ensure my daughter’s skin is protected from the sun. I spent a lot of time trying to find the safest sunscreen for my daughter that didn’t contain harmful chemicals. I was so excited to find a great alternative to UV protection. SwimZip swimsuits contain UPF 50+, blocking 99% of UVA and UVB rays…without the use of toxic chemicals. We have tried other brands of rash guards previously, but it was always a struggle pulling a wet rash guard over my daughters head. SwimZip rash guards have zipper tops which make getting the suit on and off so much easier!
If you’re a Shark Tank fan like I am, you may remember seeing the founder, Betsy Johnson, on the show a few seasons ago. Betsy was diagnosed with skin cancer at age 26. She decided to dedicate herself to try to help others avoid her fate and designed a stylish and innovative swimwear for not only children, but the entire family.
I have enjoyed watching my daughter enjoy the outdoors this summer. We have been spending a lot of time outdoors at local splash pads and various pools and our SwimZip rash guards have been extremely helpful. Playing in water is the perfect solution to staying cool in this extreme Texas heat.
Tenley is wearing the Flutter Love (Blush) Long Sleeve Rash Guard Swimsuit Set and the Little Girl Zipper Rash Guard Swimsuit Set.
You can check out all the styles for your kids and yourself as well on the SwimZip website. Don’t forget to check out SwimZip’s Instagram page for the latest releases and the occasional giveaway or discount code.
I received some of these products in exchange for an honest review. All photos and opinions are my own.