Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Eclipse Sun Sleeves Review: Sun protection for hands

"Eclipse® Sun Products were developed by a Physical Therapist who starting seeing sun spots on her hands and arms soon after moving to sunny Colorado from Vermont. After she made a few pairs of sun sleeves for herself, her friends started asking for them and soon friends of friends."

I am sure most people like sunny weather, you can plan for N number of activities on a sunny day. I love sunny days as I can go for a walk, can plan for fun activities like gardening, going to beach etc. Only thing which troubles on a pleasant sunny day is itching and burning caused by sun rays.

My skin is super sensitive and it shows red sun burn spots if I am out for long time without any sun protection. When I got chance to review Eclipse Sun Sleeve , then I was excited to see how it works.
(Image credits: Eclipse Sun Sleeves)
Eclipse sent me one sun sleeve for review purpose. These come in many colors and prints. First I thought to try sun sleeve with polka dots, but then I made up my mind to choose simple white one.
It came packaged in a cute small kit and when I took these sleeves in my hands, first thing which came into my mind was how light these are. These sleeves are very light in weight. These are super soft and I wanted to try these at the first moment.

I chose one size larger so these can cover good portion of my hands. These sleeves fitted perfectly and covered my hands. These are designed to keep fingers uncovered, so you can easily carry on with your work.

As per their website,these sleeves are made up of Cocona fabric which provides UPF 50+ protection .

Now  it was time to wear these outside on a hot sunny day. I covered my hands with these sun sleeves during our weekend picnic.  I didn't use sun screen lotion and still my arms were protected from sun rays. I liked these sun sleeves very much.I keep these tiny sleeves in my hand bag all the time for sun protection whenever it is required.

Only downside which I could feel is it has open portion for fingers which makes little portion of hands uncovered .This is part of its unique design. But if you want to cover completely then you can wear gloves over it or use sun screen lotion.

A pair of Eclipse Sun Sleeves costs $26.99 on Amazon.
If you are looking for some ways for sun protection, then you could give this product a try.
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Disclaimer- I received no monetary compensation for this post. I got one or more products for review purpose.Opinions expressed are 100% of my own and not influenced by anyone.I am in no way liable for any injuries that may result because of  use or misuse of product. If you are buying this product, please make sure to check product details on website page. Any claims about material or data taken is from website.
*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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