Zupers clothing are SPF 50+, which is critical to the health of infants who are too young to wear sunscreen. The clothes are rip-resistant. I can let my daughter play outside without worrying about Zupers clothes tearing. I like that Zupers clothes are quick drying, are moisture wicking, and come without pesky labels to help keep children comfortable.

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Kids’ SPF 50+ Clothing Review

Taking infants into the sun can be concerning. Sun protective active wear is important to children’s safety. As I research what makes the Zupers clothing line special, I remember when my oldest daughter Samantha lived in Florida during the first year of her life. Unlike children in other parts of the country, Sammy sunbathed at the pool and beach as an infant. Protecting infant skin from the sun is important to infants’ health, especially in areas where sun damage can happen at a very young age.

Some pediatricians recommend not using sunscreen before six months. Parents need to cover infants younger than six months carefully in the sun with clothes instead of sunscreen. I have been using the 6-12 month Turquoise Wrap Dress with my 4-month-old daughter Georgiana. Using the dress actually inspired me to be more active because the item eased my fears of taking my infant for walks in the sun with me.

As we strolled around Hillsboro village in the summer heat, I could tell that my girl looked safe and comfortable. Later, when we got to the park, I took my daughter out of her carrier. As Georgiana walked around, she could move freely. The clothes were great for an active lifestyle.

As a practical mom, I liked how the dress left room for my daughter Georgiana to grow. I would wholeheartedly recommend the this clothing line to parents who are traveling to a sunny destination as well as for everyday athletic use.

To learn more, visit the company’s website.

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I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion.

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Theresa has been writing since 2010 in magazines and online. Her lifestyle and parenting expertise has been featured in publications, including ShopSmart and Scholastic. She earned an M.Ed in Elementary Education from Vanderbilt as well as a BA in History from Flagler College, and she is a certified teacher.

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