Now the weather has finally turned pleasant and we actually are hopeful for a warm bank holiday, my thoughts have turned to getting the back-garden tidy. Which reminded me of some simple but fun things I used to do when my children were toddlers.
SolRX is classed as a waterproof sports sunscreen. Unlike regular sunscreen, sport sunscreens are usually tested to measure how water resistant a formula is before its Sun Protection Factor (SPF) starts to wear off. While such testing is tailored for prolonged water immersion, such as sunscreen for swimmers, it can also reflect sweat resistance.
Wetsuits work by catching a thin layer of water between your skin and the neoprene. Your body heats up this water and keeps you warm so it’s imperative that the wetsuit fits properly or cold water will flush the warm water out. Neoprene acts as insulation against the colder water so the thicker the neoprene the better the warmer the wetsuit.
Many surfers wear autumn wetsuits through to early summer as the sea temperature in Autumn is not dis-similar to June and July. So if you are lucky enough to be planning a weekend or half-term trip to the sea then buying your child a wetsuit will last them through to Summer.