clothing UV protection

Our clothing UV protection for Kids, are made in fabrics 80% polyamide 20% elastane Lycra ® certification.
The fabric of clothing UV protection: Excellent UV protection: a fabric’s ability to offer highly protection from UV rays (upf 50 + is the maximum value obtainable). norms AZ/NZS 4399:1996
The clothing UV protection by Petite Source ® is a result of an extensive and rigorous research program is

A particular attention to consumer safety and the environmental impact of produced has allowed Petite Source ® to obtain, among others, Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification 1, which serves as a guarantee that all the fabrics have been manufactured in accordance with production standards that protect both consumers and the planet (tested for harmful substances).
Pilling resistant: fabric that is always smooth and pleasant to the touch, tests demonstrate that is resists to abrasions and pilling, with the highest value of 5.
Ultra chlorine resistant: fabric that is considerably resistant to attack by active chlorine.
Perfect fit: the fabric elasticity molds to the body without be constricting, allowing the best freedom in movements.
Two-way stretch: fabric with stretch properties on both directions.

Clothing UV protection - secure and swimming

Our clothing UV protection for Kids, baby swimwear and kids swimwear can offer excellent UV protection. Protect your baby's delicate skin. It's crucial you protect your children from the damaging effects of the sun. We all love being outside on a summer's day, but if you're going to be out in the sun, you need to be safe. Whilst the sun is needed to absorb Vitamin D for healthy bones, only a little is needed each day. Excessive UV light damages skin cells, greatly increasing the risk of cancer later in life. Skin cancer is the most preventable of cancers and yet it is an increasingly common cancer in the world.

Clothing UV protection - What is UPF clothing?

UPF rating comes from fabric that we use in our designs. No chemicals or treatments are added to the fabric to provide the rating. What makes our garments UPF are due to the following:
Density of the weave or knit of the fabric - the denser the fabric the less UV it lets in.
The type of fibre - Polyamide and elastane Lycra ® which our swimwear is made of disrupt alot of the UV light, whilst a fabric such as cotton doesn't block very much.

Clothing UV protection - and wash

When the is dirty, it can be easly washed, just like any other