Let your baby play or swim in the sun without having to worry about the sun's harmful rays! Babies have sensitive skin and are still developing melanin (which gives them their skin color) for about the first 6 months of their life, so we want to protect their skin the best we can!
Our mint long-sleeve rash guard swimsuit with shorts is made of stretchy, moisture-wicking material, perfect for water activities. The long-sleeve, shorts and high-neck design has the perfect amount of coverage in all the right places while also being comfortable on any body type.
We chose a neutral color and style that can be worn by all children. This high-quality suit will be able to be passed down for generations with our thick ribbed outer fabric and a soft interior lining.
The back zipper and button crotch make diaper changes a breeze. We know how squirmy little ones are, so we wanted to make sure there were multiple ways to take on and off.
Our one-of-a-kind full-coverage suit is designed to be stylish while keeping your child's skin protected from harmful UV rays.
Ribbed Long-sleeve Rash Guard Swimsuit with Shorts Specifications:
- Mint color
- Made of ribbed, stretchy, moisture-wicking polyester
- Features long-sleeve and shorts
- Easy on-and-off
- No-rust and nickel-free white zipper and button detail
- Made ethically in China
How to extend the life of your bathing suit:
Hand washing is the best thing for bathing suits, but we understand machine washing is more practical, especially for busy parents.
If you choose to use a washing machine, follow these rules, and your suit will live a long and happy life:
- Put the suit into one of those protective mesh bags, which will help to keep it from getting tangled up with bulkier items of clothing and getting stretched out.
- Use a gentle detergent designed for use on delicates that are void of harsh and toxic chemicals.
- Choose the gentlest cycle available on your machine and opt for cold water.
- Never use bleach on a bathing suit.
- Either air or tumble dry (no heat) your bathing suit.
- If you air-dry the suit, lay it flat (either on a towel or across a few rungs of a drying rack) to keep it from stretching out. And never wring the suit to extrude water from it, which will twist and stretch the fibers; instead, press down on the suit to push excess water out.