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How to Keep Your Kids Protected on a Trip to the Beach


A trip to the beach is one of the most classic family activities to take part in during the summer. Kids just can’t seem to get enough the sand and surf, and there are always great memories to be made. At the same time, it can be tricky for parents with active kids to find a way to keep them well protected from the sun while at the beach. The whole point is to be spending time outdoors, which means a few extra measures are needed.
Here are some various ways you can ensure the trip to the beach is filled with fun, yet at the same time no-one goes home with painful sunburn.

Dress Kids in Sun Protection Swimwear

Today, parents can take advantage of a fabulous and innovative approach to swimwear and that’s sun protection swimwear. A great example is Folpetto sun protective swimwear which features UPF50+ sun protection. What this means is that your kids will be wearing clothing that are actually adding a layer of sun protection. It doesn’t get easier than that, as there is no chasing them down to apply sunscreen to those areas that are covered.
In terms of the clothing offered through Folpetto, all the fabrics are eco-friendly and fit in a comfortable manner so that kids will wear them all day long without complaints.

Pack a Beach Umbrella

Because you want to make the most of your trip to the beach, obviously you will want to spend as much time as possible outside. With that said, hours upon hours’ worth of sun could spell disaster for kids. By packing a beach umbrella, you know that you will have shade when needed, yet you’ll still be able to enjoy everything the beach has to offer. The great thing about a beach umbrella is the fact that you can move it around and put it wherever is most convenient.

Give Spray-On Sunscreen a Try

Many parents find it hard to keep the kids still enough to rub sunscreen lotion all over their body, which is exactly why spray-on sunscreen is so popular with families. You can find sprays that come out as a mist, dry instantly, and won’t leave any sticky or greasy residue behind. This means you can protect your kids in mere minutes, making it way more practical.
Keep in mind that for sunscreen to be effective, it needs to be applied about 15-30 minutes before going outdoors, after swimming or excessive sweating, and you should reapply throughout the day about every two to three hours.

Ensure Everyone Has a Hat

Hats are also another must-have item to throw into the beach bag before you leave for the day. Not only will they protect your child's scalp but also their eyes. They can even wear the hat in the water if you find one with a strap.
At the same time, a hat shouldn’t replace the need for sunglasses. Sunglasses that offer UV protection are an absolute necessity for kids of all ages.

Model Good Sun Protection Behaviour

The final tip is for parents instead of the kids, and that’s to model good sun protection behaviour. For all these steps and precautions that you take with the kids, you should be using those same steps on yourself. If the kids see you doing it, they will understand that’s just what has to be done to enjoy the beach.

Using these tips will help you and the kids enjoy the beach without having to constantly be worried about the sun and getting sunburn. 

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