Sun Safe Swimwear
How to stay safe in the sun?
Sun Safe Swimwear And Other Tips
Every year, as the summer sun rises in salutation, we flock to faraway coastlines so that we can bask in its glory for days on end. The sun is a life-giving symbol of vibrance, energy, vivacity and hope for new days. It wards off negative energy from downcast days with fog, dark storms, and frigid winds. The sun lights the earth, allowing you to see clearly into the world and all its grandeur. Embrace the clarity of mother nature’s light source, soaking up its healing energy today.
Time in the sun is good for you
Under the sun, we come alive. It is a light and energy source for all of nature, warming our souls and kickstarting our bodies internal processes for healthy functioning. Read below to find out the benefits of spending short periods of time in the sun.
Improves Mental Health and Mood
Sunlight can boost a hormone in your body called serotonin, otherwise known as the happy hormone. It can energize you as well as keep you calm, happy and stabilized. This can explain why certain people, perhaps yourself, suffer from seasonal affective disorder, whereby one is increasingly depressed during Autumn and Winter where there is less sunlight.
Helps Skin Conditions
According to the World Health Organization, skin conditions like Psoriasis and Eczema can benefit from sunrays. This is because the light exposure can lighten and fade your psoriasis plaques, and because the sun assists in the production of vitamin D, a hormone which helps you fight inflammation.
Boosts Immune System
The UV rays from the sun help you naturally make the Vitamin D nutrient, which is important for strengthening your bones, blood cells and immune system. You can reduce the risk of sickness, infection, and some cancers with a healthier immune system.
Better Quality Sleep
Research suggests that your sleep will improve with an hour of sunlight each morning. When it’s dark, your body produces a hormone called melatonin that is imperative for quality sleep. Getting more sun exposure regulates your body's production of this hormone, as you perceive light and dark more distinctly, keeping you from getting tired during the day and helping you get more tired at night when you should sleep.
Too much sun time can be bad
The sun is the earth’s primary source of energy, light and heat. But most of us know by now, too much exposure to direct sunlight can be harmful or even dangerous for us. There are more negatives to overexposure to the sun than just bad sunburn. Read below to find out about them!
Contributing Factor to Skin Cancers
The sun’s UV rays are a form of radiation. Overexposure to radiation can damage DNA in our cells, leading them to grow out of control and mutate into cancer cells. For more than 5-10 minutes of direct sun exposure, it is recommended you use radiation-blocking methods (read on to find out about these).
Too much time in the sun can quickly dehydrate your body. In its early stage, you’ll start to notice you’re fatigued. This is when you should seek shade and plenty of water to rejuvenate and refresh your body. If you don’t do this, you’ll overheat and get heatstroke. Heatstroke includes symptoms of hot, dry skin, high body temperature, dizziness, confusion, and nausea. Avoid this uncomfortable condition at all costs by knowing your body’s limits with the sun!
Just like your skin, the sun can damage the cells within your eyes. This happens more progressively over time, so people often neglect to protect their eyes, thinking that nothing is wrong. Combat this by finding adequate eye protection and sun safety techniques.
If you are out in the sun all day, every day with no sun protection, the UV radiation accelerates the deterioration of collagen and skin elasticity, leaving you with more wrinkles and sunspots at an earlier age.
Most people have experienced at least a mild sunburn at some point in their lives. And most would say a mild sunburn was enough for them. Overexposure to the sun can inflame your skin and leave it painful to even a light touch. Following from bad sunburns is peeling of the skin that is dead from overexposure. Sunburn is all-round uncomfortable so avoid it with some easy-to-do tips and tricks. Read below to find out!
Tips to protect your skin in the sun
Below are some tips and tricks you can integrate into your summer routine for a safer, more pleasurable time in and around the water.
Regular Breaks in the Shade
If you can find natural shade at the beach or on your brisk summer walk, make sure to use it. However, we recommend purchasing products that you can carry with you anywhere and use as shade when none is available, like beach tents, umbrellas, and sunhats. While these were once perceived as clunky and unfashionable, you can now find many cute and stylish items online. Have a search and see what you like!
It is a non-negotiable to have at least SPF30 on you whenever you’re in the sun for prolonged periods of time. It is such a simple yet effective method that can save you from the worst of sun damage like getting skin cancer. There are wide ranges of different sunscreen now so take your pick and protect your delicate skin.
Drinking Plenty of Water and Staying Hydrated
We need h20 to survive in general but especially so in the sun. You can combat a lot of symptoms that come from overheating just by carrying a water bottle with you and taking regular sips.
Add more style to your beautiful Nip Tuck Swim women’s swimwear with a chic pair of polarized sunglasses that protect your sensitive eyes from UV exposure.
Following Your Intuition
This is an important one because everyone’s body is different. Some people are built to withstand the sun better than others, so you need to take time to figure out where your limit is and what you need when out under sunlight. Your precious body will thank you later.
Sunsafe Swimwear, Rash Guards and Beach Covers!
Sunsafe swimwear, rash guards and beach covers are a no brainer! They are fashionable, durable and help keep you safe for prolonged periods in the sun. Nip Tuck Swim features several flattering, vibrant and fashionable sunsafe swimsuits and rash guards for women of all shapes and sizes. We provide a luxurious range with varying sleeves lengths and body coverage that will certainly cater to your style preferences and sun protection needs.
But what about for when you’re done swimming in crystalline waters and want to be dry and still protected? Look no further than Nip Tuck Swim’s resort wear range, with kaftans, dresses and sarongs that match your swimwear and keep you shaded from the sun in style. Lightweight fabrications are used with our resort wear so that you can get the best of sun protection while still feeling a cool breeze on your skin.
Read below to find out about Nip Tuck Swim’s sunsafe swimsuit styles.
Nip Tuck Swim Sunsafe Styles and Rash Guards
Nip Tuck Swim Una Sunsafe Swimsuit
The Una Sunsafe Swimsuit by Nip Tuck Swim was designed with principles of minimalism, practicality, and longevity in mind. It features a zip detail that allows for full adjustability and choice in style, simplistic cap sleeves that protect your shoulders from the sun, and a high crewneck that provides ample coverage without making you feel choked. This slimming swimsuit style is perfect for the modern woman who wants to look chic and stylish at the beach while protecting their delicate skin. The styles featured below are Nip Tuck Swim’s White Isle of Waimea Una Sunsafe One Piece Swimsuit and Blue Animal Magic Una Sunsafe One Piece Swimsuit.
Nip Tuck Swim Geneva Sunsafe Swimsuit
Nip Tuck Swim’s Geneva Sunsafe Swimsuit is perfect for long days swimming and lazing about under a summer sun. This sun safe suit features a full-length front zip that offers comfort and protection as well as adjustability for different style preferences. Frilled cap sleeves give this chic and flattering sunsafe swimsuit a touch of feminine tailoring. The frill detail also balances out the modesty of sunsafe swimwear with a sweet, flirty touch. This swimsuit is perfect for the woman who wants her sunsafe swimwear to have major style as well as major functionality. The styles shown below are Nip Tuck Swim’s Blue Tall Poppies Geneva Frill Sleeve Design Tummy Control Sunsuit and the Red Eclipse Geneva Frill Sleeve Design Tummy Control Sunsuit.
Nip Tuck Swim Yolanda Sunsafe Top Rash Guard
The Yolanda Sunsafe Top by Nip Tuck Swim is a full coverage swim top with full-length sleeves for sun protection and a top-to-bottom zip for complete adjustability. This sunsafe rash guard is absolutely perfect for days where you’ll be in the sun for much longer than you skin alone can handle. When you know your skin has had too much exposure simply slip your Yolanda long sleeve sunsafe rash guard over your Nip Tuck Swim tummy control one-piece or two-piece for a stylish reprieve. This is for the women who chase the sun all summer long. The styles shown below are Nip Tuck Swim’s Natural Animal Magic Yolanda Long Sleeve Sun Safe Top and the Blue Animal Magic Yolanda Long Sleeve Sun Safe Top.
Nip Tuck Swim Yvonne Sunsafe Top
Similar to the Yolanda Sunsafe Swim Top, the Yvonne Sunsafe Rash Guard by Nip Tuck Swim is stylish sun protection that you can take on and off with ease in and around the water. The difference between the two is their sleeve length – the Yvonne Sunsafe Top features mid-length sleeves that may a little more to your taste if the full-length sleeves are too much. Give your sensitive skin its much-needed breaks from the sun by wearing this simplistic, chic, and sophisticated mid sleeve rash guard. The style shown below are Nip Tuck Swim’s Natural Serengeti Bay Yvonne Mid Sleeve Sunsafe Top and Red Eclipse Yvonne Mid Sleeve Sunsafe Top.
Is Sunsafe Swimwear Fashionable?
Traditionally, style has often been left out of the equation when it comes to sunsafe swimwear. Preference is often given to functionality, but both can and should co-exist. Nip Tuck Swim’s sunsafe swimwear and rash guard collection features classic silhouettes that are made with a wide range of chic and vibrant prints that speak to your personality. We also offer sunsafe swimwear and rash guards that often have a matching tummy control one-piece swimsuit, slimming tankini or two-piece bikini set. If you love one of our colorful, unique prints, why not have it in a full set of sunsafe swimwear?
Love Nip Tuck Swim
Nip Tuck Swim is an iconic Australian swimwear brand, known for our perfectly fitting swimsuits. We design and create flattering one-pieces, tankinis, bikinis and sunsafe suits with flattering fits, classic silhouettes, and luxurious fabrications. We are every woman’s favorite swimwear brand for our affordability, quality, and style. Here at Nip Tuck Swim, we want you to feel completely confident and relaxed on your next tropical holiday so that you can soak up the summer sun and create beautiful memories.
Feel the difference a perfectly fitting swimsuit makes.
Find Your Correct Nip Tuck Swim Size
Avoid purchasing the wrong size for your beautiful body with our Nip Tuck Swim size guide. We have created this guide using our design and production team’s garment specifications for complete accuracy. With just a few quick measurements at home, you can confirm your Nip Tuck Swim tummy control swimwear size. Follow this link to read more on our blog about how to accurately measure your body. Shop online with confidence today.
All of our Nip Tuck Swim swimwear is available in sizes US 4 - US 12 and sizes AUST 8 - AUST 16. Nip Tuck Curve plus size swimwear is available in sizes US 14 – US 20 and in Australian sizes AUST 18 – Aust 24.
To find suits in your size click the size link size us 4 / aust 8, size us 6 / aust 10, size us 8 / aust 12, size us 10 / aust 14, size us 12 / aust 16., size us 14 / aust 18, size us 16 / aust 20, size us 18 / aust 22 or size us 20 / aust 24.
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