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ABOUT UV & SUN PROTECTION

UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor. It indicates what fraction of the sun’s ultraviolet rays can penetrate the fabric. A hoddie with a UPF of 50, for example, allows just 1/50 of the sun’s UV radiation to reach the skin. All ohSunny's clothing, accessories and products can block 99% of UVA and UVB rays

"UVA" can make the skin darken immediately when exposed to the sun. At the same time, through the clouds and window glass, it penetrates the skin and reaches the dermis, which makes the skin loose and wrinkles, which leads to skin photoaging.

"UVB" is an ultraviolet B wave. After being exposed to strong sunlight for several hours, it can cause skin redness and inflammation, increase melanin, cause spots and freckles caused by sunburn, and multiple sunburns can also cause aging. It plays a key role in the development of skin cancer.

What’s the difference between physical sun protection and chemical sun protection.What’s the difference between physical sun protection and chemical sun protection.Sun protection is very important for everyday life, but if you still confusing about choosing physical sun protection or chemical sun protection, here has its own unique pros and cons, and knowing the difference can save your skin. Physical sun protection is use physical way to block the UV rays, you can through sun protection clothing like our products it can offers protection from UVA and UVB rays and longer protection hours, rather than chemical sunscreens more frequent application is required. Physical sun protection is more safety than chemical sunscreens, you will not get hurt by clothing but chemical sunscreens can increase risk of irritation and additional opportunities for allergy and discomfort. Chemical sun protection is use sunscreens to protect our skin, contain chemical compounds that absorb UV rays. The advantage of chemical sun protection is portability, it’s easier to put in a handbag it won’t take up too much space.

The main factors influencing the protectiveness of a piece of clothing are the type of material from which it’s made, how tightly it’s knit, and the color. Clothes made from polyester, lycra, nylon, and acrylic offer more protection than clothes made from cotton. Also, shiny fabrics reflect more UV radiation, offering more protection.

Yes, it is dangerous. You can find everything on internet now and it will show you the dangerous by ultraviolet. Here is some data, more than 90% melanomas are estimated to be caused by UV exposure. This includes UV exposure from the sun and from artificial sources. The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies tanning beds and tanning lamps into its highest cancer risk category. There is no such thing as a safe or healthy tan. Tanning increases you risk of basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma, your best way to protect yourself is to avoid tanning at all.

You might think this way, you can’t feel the sun’s heat in fall or winter, so you don’t need sun protection clothing in fall or winter. But it is wrong, you still need sun protection in winter. In fact, the sun releases UV rays, UVA and UVB rays every time. UVA rays remain constant throughout the year and can penetrate through clouds, fog, and glass, so it’s possible to damage you skin in winter day indoors. UVB rays cause of sunburn, and it is also can burn and damage you skin, especially at high altitudes and on reflective surfaces such as snow or ice. Snow reflects up to 80% of the sun’s UV light, so the rays hit you twice, further increasing your risk of skin cancer and premature aging. Winter is no exception you need sun protection in fall and winter.

This is a good question the consumer always asked. Hats and hoodies can protect and covering you heads effectively, but it can only protect our head from directly UV rays. UV rays is not only direct light but also can reflect by glass, mirror, ice, snow and water. You will be hurt by this reflected UV rays, so for your safety we highly recommend our customer to use our sun protection mask, they can effective protect your face skin.

“Sunscreen absolutely expires and should never be used past its expiration date,” Shari Marchbein, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City. The FDA requires all sunscreens to be marked its expiration date. If your sunscreen expired they become less effective, which means it increase in the potential sunburns, sun damage, and the risk for skin cancer. So please replace you expired sunscreens, it won’t protect you, it can also hurt you.

ABOUT OHSUNNY & SHIPPING

Theoretically speaking, our product can block more than 99% UV radiation, and it can be satisfied your sun protection needs in daily life. Not all fabrics and colors provide equal protection, and for our product we can show every different color with different tested data.

The OHSUNNY 'OH' comes from a babies energetic frantic 'oh' sounds they make when they are running around in the sunshine.To a parent, hearing that your child is in literal joy is the most calming and happiest feeling to have.

Our products are currently only available online. We will open some store offline later. Please contact us at service@ohsunny.com if you have any question.

We decided to use our expertise and experience in extremely developed functional sun protective fabric manufacturing base and develop a product line based on years of research. With the effort of our R&D team, the fabric has been developed several generations and it is guaranteed UPF 50+ for the life of the garment. And that is what we brought you the ohSunny you see today.

Your order will be processsed and shipped within 1-5 business of the order being placed and shipped within 2-5 business days.

After your item has been shipped, an e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address you have provided during your registration.

All item orders will be arrived within 5-15 business days. However, in the high season, it may be delayed according to the actual situation

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