Spring Break is here and Summer is on its way—Hooray! We all know the importance of keeping our kids protected from the sun. But we also know that constantly reapplying sunscreen is quite the task. Not to mention most sunscreens are filled with chemicals and children can be allergic. Swim shirts are the perfect solution, but as your child gets older, the choices dwindle. Enter Long Wave. This company makes apparel for both boys and girls in sizes 4 to 16. They believe sun protection should be more than just functional; it should be fun, fashionable and comfortable, too!
This brilliant company uses only premium fabrics that are made in Italy and are 50+ UV rated to protect your child’s skin from the harmful rays of the sun. With a collection of beautifully designed swim shirts, shorts, leggings and suits, it is sun protection that your kids are actually going to want to wear! Now your children can have lots of sun coverage while using a lot less chemical-filled sunscreen. Plus, they are going to look and feel fabulous!
Today, Celebrity Baby Trends and Long Wave are teaming up to give one lucky winner a swim shirt with matching swim suit for either a boy or girl. This is a prize valued at $152! The contest is open to residents of the U.S. only, and all prizes are shipped to the winner within 1 to 6 weeks. Use the Rafflecopter Form below to enter, and GOOD LUCK!
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