swimwear makes getting an all-over tan easier and more convenient
than ever before!
However, there are certain steps that need to be followed
to allow the suit to perform as designed.
In order to minimize color variations and eliminate tan lines,
we've put together the following list of guidlines to use
when working on your tan in your new Solar suit.
burn through the suit - use appropriate sun protection!
Always use sunscreen on previously unexposed skin areas
to avoid sunburn.
|| The suit must fit properly to
allow tanning rays to pass thru.
suit should be sheer to the skin, not baggy or loose.
|| Use sunscreen on
uncovered skin for a totally seamless tan.
compensate for the slight SPF factor of the suit, use
SPF 6-10 or higher sunscreen on uncovered skin. If you
don't, uncovered skin will be always be slightly darker
due to receving more UV rays.
straps and seams slightly while tanning to further reduce
Straps and seams allow less UV to penetrate. Adjust
them occasionally to insure an even, unbroken tan.
|| Don't think it's working?
Try the Band-Aid(TM) test!
Place a Band-Aid(TM) on an
area of skin covered by the suit. After a few
hours in the sun, remove it and compare the covered
area to the skin around it. If you've followed
the guidlines above, you'll see the difference!