Wishfresh UV Swimsuits Provide maximum sun protection UPF50+ which blocks over 97.5% of the sun UVA and UVB radiation. They protect the skin against Jellyfish Stingers, Sea Lice and Sand-fly. They are quick-drying, keeping the skin breathable and cool. Its fabric is resistant to swimming pools substances retaining shape, elasticity and colours, flat-lock stitch seams prevent chafing. It does not apply any treatment to fabric to enhance its UV protection or elastic ability. It does not include rubber or neoprene material. You can wear this swimsuit for all type of water sports activities. They are including swimming, snorkeling, diving, surfing, sailing, water skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, rowing, scuba diving, paddling, competitive swim. Also you can wear it under a wet-suit or dive suit for easier donning.It is suitable for warm and lukewarm water temperature starting from 20 °C (70 °F). You can also wear below this temperature if you enjoy cooler waters. Also in heated pools and hot weather conditions.
Fabric Type
Regular and sun protection swimwear uses a special type of stretch fabric that is suitable for use in water. Mostly made from Nylon, Lycra, Elastane, Spandex or Polyester yarn. The quality and performance is linked to the fabric composition example Nylon/Lycra or Polyester/PBT and to the weight example 170gsm or 200gsm (grams per square meter). However, to achieve UV protection status you need to knit tightly the fabric in order to block the sun UV rays from getting through and reaching the skin. Hence some regular swimwear fabrics are not suitable for sun protection. The highest UV protection ratings a fabric can achieve is UPF50+ which blocks over 97.5% of the sun.

UV radiation according to the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA).

Design Style
The design difference is quite visible between regular swimwear, which tends to follow fashion trends and personal tastes where more skin is exposed. While sun protection swimwear take into considerations the need to cover as much skin as possible to ensure protection against the sun UV radiation. Sun-protective coverup swimwear designs such as stinger suits, dive skins and full body swimsuits covering the arms and legs have the ability to keep the skin protected all day long from the harsh UV rays. Harsh UV rays can cause sunburns, skin damage and worst-case scenario skin cancer.