SunScreen Clothing SPF 100 vs. UPF

Puraderm Sun Safe
The effective and practical alternative to sunscreen and special protective clothing!

Sun Protection Clothing Treatment

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Give your skin the full protection from the sun everyday without sacrificing comfort and style.
Once you treat your shirt, hat, or pants with Puraderm Sun Safe you will be experiencing the constant protection of 50+ UPF wet or dry!
The average cotton T-shirt offers less than 6+ UPF when it’s dry and little or no protection from damaging UV rays when it’s wet.
This permanent one time application can help protect you and your family from the damaging effects of UVA and UVB.
People that suffer from sensitivities to sun screen will find a new way to protect themselves from the sun without irritating their skin.

Puraderm Sun Safe will help to increase the life of fabric and colors that have been treated, Flags and Umbrellas can last up to 4 times Longer!


40-50+ Excellent UV protection Blocks 97.5%-98.0%
25-35 Very Good UV protection
Blocks 96.0%-97.4%
15-20 Good UV protection
Blocks 93.3%-95.8%

Laboratory Testing Results (UV Transmittance Measurements)
Government Sun Rating Information
Sun-protective Clothing
Sun-protective clothing offers another way to protect skin from the harmful effects of the sun. Sun-protective fabrics differ from typical summer fabrics in several ways: they typically have a tighter weave or knit and are usually darker in color. Sun-protective clothes have a label listing the garment's Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) value, that is, the level of protection the garment provides from the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays. The higher the UPF, the higher the protection from the sun's UV rays.
The UPF rating indicates how much of the sun's UV radiation is absorbed by the fabric. For example, a fabric with a UPF rating of 20 only allows 1/20th of the sun's UV radiation to pass through it. This means that this fabric will reduce your skin's UV radiation exposure by 20 times where it's protected by the fabric.
Everything above UPF 50 may be labeled UPF 50+; however, these garments may not offer substantially more protection than those with a UPF of 50. Also, a garment shouldn't be labeled "sun-protective" or "UV-protective" if its UPF is less than 15. Sun-protective clothing may lose its effectiveness if it's too tight or stretched out, damp or wet, and if it has been washed or worn repeatedly.

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Sun Screen Information

Sun Screen is still appropriate for skin that cannot be protected by clothing.
• Heavy applications 30 minutes prior to sun exposure. (Follow the Labeled Directions)
• Reapply Frequently (Follow the Labeled Directions)
• Use only “Full Spectrum” or UVA + UVB, because just one or the other leaves you unprotected. The higher the SPF the better.
• Don’t be fooled into longer exposure time. And avoid exposure during Peak hours 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
• Look for physical blocks like Zinc or TiO2 instead of organic sun screens.
• Try to find wax based sun screens that contain the least fragrance and other irritants.



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