What is UPF in a swimsuit?
Jantzen’s UPF swimsuits protect you from the sun. For a swimsuit, UPF indicates how much UV radiation can penetrate the fabric and reach the skin. A higher UPF rating means greater protection from harmful UV rays.
Is UPF swimwear safe?
Yes, Jatnzen’s UPF swimwear is safe and designed to provide added protection against UV radiation. The UPF rating of swimwear ensures that the fabric has undergone testing and meets specific standards for blocking UV rays. This means that wearing UPF Jantzen’s swimwear can help safeguard your skin from sunburns, premature aging, and potential long-term damage caused by UV exposure. However, it's still essential to take additional sun protection measures like using sunscreen, wearing a hat, and seeking shade, especially during peak sun hours.
How does UV swimwear work?
UV swimwear typically uses special fabrics and construction techniques to enhance sun protection. These garments are made from tightly woven or specially treated materials that can block a significant portion of UV radiation from reaching the skin. The fabrics used often have a high UPF rating, allowing them to effectively filter out UV rays. Some UV swimwear may also incorporate additional features like long sleeves, high necklines, and extended coverage to further minimize sun exposure in covered areas.
Do Jantzen's swimsuits block UV rays?
Jantzen's swimsuits are designed to block UV rays. They are made using special fabrics and materials that have a high level of UV protection. Our swimsuits have been tested and proven to provide effective sun protection, shielding the wearer's skin from harmful UV radiation.