Sunuva calls all aspiring fashion designers to show off their creative genius. Splash out this summer and get your kids to design their own rash vest. What do they think would look cool on the beach?
Sunuva is a gorgeous UV protective swimwear and beachwear brand for kids, inspired by tropical destinations and a passion for travel. From the spirit of Ibiza to the markets of India, Sunuva’s inspirations blend together to create beach-chic at its best.
Founded in London, Sunuva swimwear is made from the highest quality UPF 50+ fabric which blocks out more than 97% of the sun’s harmful rays. Sunuva’s founders Emily and Sabrina offer their top sun safety tips:
★ Don’t forget to apply sunscreen 15-30 mins before going out in the sun.
★ Always choose a high protection SPF 30 or more to protect against UVB and look for the UVA circle logo and/or 4 or 5 UVA stars to protect against UVA.
★ Wear protective clothing in addition to sunscreen such as a sun protective rash vest from Sunuva, sunglasses and a hat that protects your ears and neck.
★ Seek shade between 11am and 3pm when the sun is at its hottest.
★ Re-apply sunscreen every two hours or after swimming and sports activities.
HOW TO ENTER THE COMPETITION
Simply ask your child to design their own rash vest using the template provided (we recommend using felt tip pens). Take a photo of their creation and then visit www.sunuva.com/competition to enter the competition and upload the photo of their rash vest. Please note you must be a registered member on School Notices to enter your child ’s design. For more information, additional template and full T&C’s, visit Sunuva at www.sunuva.com/competition. Competition closes 10/09/18
TERMS AND CONDITIONS Please note the code is valid on full price Sunuva products only. The voucher cannot be combined with another code or promotion. The voucher can be used in one transaction only, it is non-refundable or exchangeable. Please note the voucher does not cover the shipping charges. The code expires at midnight 31/12/18. One entry per household.