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FAQ

Question:
How does the smart swimsuits work?
Answer:
The fabric consists of thousands of tiny holes (pores) that are intertwined with each other and let the sun rays through. Due to this function, smart swimsuits provide the same protection level from the sun, as the medium SPF sunscreen. If you apply SPF35 sunscreen to the open areas of the body, you will get a smooth and soft tan all over your body.

In addition, this fabric feels more comfortable on the body, allows the skin to breathe and dries faster than its usual counterparts. You can stay on the beach longer, your skin will not burn, blush or eventually peel off, there will be no redness or pain. Swimsuits are not transparent, because we work prints carefully, so that they visually create a dense fabric effect.
Question:
What are swimsuits made of?
Answer:
The swimsuits are made of mesh. Its chemical composition is: 69% polyester, 31% elastane.
Question:
How to choose the right size?
Answer:
In order to choose the right size, it is necessary to make measurements of your body (chest, waist and hips), as well as your height for one-piece swimsuits. After that you can check the appropriate size in the "Choose Your Size" section.

If you still have doubts you can always contact our managers who will help you to choose the right size and suitable model, based on the individual properties of your figure.

If you order for the first time, we recommend you to consult our manager in any case.
Question:
How quickly can I get tanned in a smart swimsuit?
Answer:
The intensity and time of tanning depends on many factors, the main of which is the level of melanin in your skin.

We recommend using sunscreen with a higher factor (up to 50) during the first days of sun exposure for areas that are not covered by a swimsuit. In this case your body have time to get used to tanning, especially if some areas have never sunbathed before. In rare cases, it takes longer than usual to smooth the tan out.
Question:
Are swimsuits transparent?
Answer:
No, smart swimsuits are almost not transparent owing to the density of the fabric and the prints we choose.

However, the fabric is very thin due to the huge number of tiny pores that allow the sun's rays to pass through and get you tanned. So, the level of transparency may depend on how much it is stretched on the body.

If you are very nervous and modest, then you should choose a more intense print that visually covers the body and creates an opaque effect. The more monochromatic the pattern, the more transparent it gets.
Question:
How long can you stay in the sun?
Answer:
Beachwear and swimsuits with sleeves allow you to stay in the sun for longer amount of time than usual swimwear. However, we don't recommend staying too long in the sun – even with all the protection your body will not be able to withstand general overheating if over-exposed to the sun.
Swimsuit works like a sunscreen with an average level of SPF 35: for different skin tone (lighter/darker skin than average) there will be a different effect.
Question:
How long the swimsuit last?
Answer:
Proper care is one of the key factors that affect the longevity of any swimsuit. Normally, swimsuits are designed to be used for one season, but you can double the time by taking proper care of your swimwear.

Even the most expensive and high-quality models lose their shape and become useless because of the exposure to the effects of UV protection sunscreens and other external factors.

The main rule to extend the life of a swimsuit: you should never leave it wet and crumpled. Rinse it in cool fresh water and be sure to dry it in accordance with the directions on the care label. Wash it only by hand, in a lightly soapy water at a temperature of 20-30 degrees. Try to avoid contact with the fabric when using sunscreens.

Also you should have in mind that hydromassage jets and saunas are fatal to the elastane fibers found in a swimsuit.
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