SUN PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FROM LITTLE LEAVES CLOTHING COMPANY


Womens Sun Protective Shirt-Mulberry Purple Gray
sun protective clothing boys
upf clothing women shirt blueDisclaimer: I received product for free in exchange for an honest review. Pictures are the property of Little Leaves Clothing Company.

Sun-protective playwear is a must have for the summer. With skin cancer a constant concern in today's society, one can never be too careful, especially when it comes to their children. Little Leaves Clothing Company was developed by a dermatologist and a pediatrician: the two people you can trust when it comes to your kid's skin, but this isn't just about your kids; it's about you too. Little Leaves offers a small array of adult clothing that works just as well as their children's line, which blocks 99% of cancer-causing radiation. The ultra-soft, hypoallergenic, bamboo fabric is perfect for children and adults with sensitive skin or for those who just enjoy a comfier fit. Not only does this fabric block out harmful rays, Little Leaves Clothing Company's clothing is made from a lightweight, breather, moisture-wicking, and odor-blocking fabric.

With free shipping on all orders over $40.00(USD), purchasing cute clothing that keeps the whole family safe from the harmful rays of the sun has never been easier- or cheaper! With a wide range of colors, styles, and designs, there really is a shirt for every personality and gender! I adored the children's shirts and found all the designs to be fun, playful, and charming! Little Leaves has something for the whole family!


Little Leaves Clothing Company is a sun protective clothing line created by a pediatrician and dermatologist and designed for parents who care. Use the code CC10 for 10% off!







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