What is UPF Rating VS SPF - What sets Sun50 apart from other sun protection clothing brands - sun50

What is UPF & What Sets Sun50 Apart.

What is UPF?

Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) indicates how much UV radiation (both UVB and UVA) a fabric allows to reach your skin.

What does UPF Mean? Sun50 gets the highest rating in UPF clothing. UPF 50+ clothing blocks 98% of UVA/UVB Rays. Our Chemical-free UPF never Washes out of Clothing & we are made in the USA.

How UV Rays Affect Your Skin. UPF measures both UVA and UVB Rays. SPF only Measures UVB Rays. Sun50 clothing blocks both UVA and UVB rays and has the highest level of protection. - SUN50

Environmental factors that affect UVA/UVB rays intensity - Sun50
1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 stated by the Skin Cancer Foundation - Sun50
The Skin Foundation States - about 90% of non-melanoma skin cancers are associated with exposure to UV Radiation from the sun - Sun50
Skin Cancer Foundation states Sun Protection Clothing is the most effective from of sun protection. - Model is wearing UPF 50+ Wide Brim Fedora an UPF 50+ Beach Shirt - Sun Protection made in the USA - Sun50

FACT

The Skin Cancer Foundation States

Sun Protection Clothing is the most effective from of sun protection.

Sun50 fabrics provide chemical-free, broad-spectrum UPF 50+ sun protection from both UVA and UVB rays. Our fabrics have been granted the prestigious Skin Cancer Seal of Recommendation for meeting UV testing criteria which indicates safe and effective sun protection.

Why Sun50 Sun Protection clothing is Luxury and Elite to other like Coolibar, UV Skins, Cabana life. Sun50 sun protection clothing is UPF 50+, Made in the USA, Chemical Free, Recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation. - Sun50

USA Made

Sun50 is a high-quality, sustainable, and trusted sun protection clothing brand.

Sun50 is a high-quality, sustainable, and trusted sun protection clothing brand. USA Made Sun Protection Clothing - Sun50

Know the Facts.

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer by age 70, and every hour someone dies from melanoma in the US (source). Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the US, and rates are on the rise, both in the US and worldwide, with about 90% of non-melanoma skin cancers associated with exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun (source).