Add Sun protection to your clothes!

My husband has had a few patches of skin cancer removed over the last year. The sun is nothing to play with. And we take this very seriously now in our house. I had heard of SunGuard sun protection – a powder that you put in with your wash and it gives your clothing a SPF of 30, blocking 96% of the sun’s harmful rays.

SunGuard does not alter the look, feel or color of the garment and lasts for 20 washings. I bought several boxes and started adding it to each load. I will do this again in a few weeks when we start breaking out the summer clothes.

I highly recommend SunGuard to anyone. Especially to those with children (product is recommended for over 6 months of age), have light skin, for those who have pre-existing or are prone to skin cancer.

And of course, you still need to wear sunscreen, particularly where your clothing does not cover the skin.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. If you are interested in UV protective clothing you should check out our product.

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  2. If you’re going to be in the water you can’t beat the SPF150 protection of a rash guard shirt.

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  3. Posted by Trisha on March 26, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    thanks, i like both these options for swimwear, but the SunGuard is still best for adding sun protection to every day clothes. Can’t really wear a bathing suit to the office or to a party!

    i am actually wanting a rash guard suit for my 2 year old for this summer when we go to the beach and attend pool parties. so both of these sites are helpful! thanks! 🙂

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  4. This looks like a great product! 🙂

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  5. We carry a line of dry shirts that look like regular clothing but provide SPF 150+ protection and you can wear them in OR out of the water:
    http://www.beachtrading.com/restsh.html

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