1. Please use
appropriate sun protection as you
can burn through the suit! Make
sure you apply sunscreen on
previously unexposed skin to avoid
redness and sunburn.
2. Use an SPF 6-10 or higher
sunscreen on exposed skin to
compensate for the slight SPF
differential of the suit.
3. The peak tanning hours (where UV
rays are the strongest), are
between 10:30 and 3pm.
This can also differ depending on
where you are located and your skin
4. It would be best practices to
moderate your initial exposure to
the sun until you have built up a
base tan. This will help protect
you from sunburning. Nice and easy
is the rule so you don't over do it
your first day. The tan will happen
naturally as you go about your
activities so there is no need
to force it.
5. Try covering an area of skin
under your tan-through suit. We
suggest using a band-aid or
something else that is
nontransparent. After a day of sun
tanning, remove it and compare the
covered area to the skin around it.
You should see a difference in your
skin shade if done