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Excessive exposure of heat can be detrimental that we all know. But, how much accurately the excessive sun exposure is? The impact actually varies from age to age and sensitivity of skins. However, children are more prone to face the negative consequences of excessive sun exposure due to their delicate skin. Especially those children who love to play outside. In United States, out of every 5 children 1 suffers from skin cancer.

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Prevent your children from skin disease by using play ground shade

Prevent Your Children from Skin Disease by Using

Play Ground Shade

Excessive exposure of heat can be detrimental that we all know. But, how much

accurately the excessive sun exposure is? The impact actually varies from age to

age and sensitivity of skins. However, children are more prone to face the

negative consequences of excessive sun exposure due to their delicate skin.

Especially those children who love to play outside. In United States, out of every

5 children 1 suffers from skin cancer. This is undeniably a terrifying data collected

by researchers which is quite scary for all those parents who have children that go

to school and play outside. Outdoor activities are essential for the growth of your

child, but protecting them also is parent’s duty. Keeping inside will hinder their

growth and letting them out under the beaming sun can cause burns and skin

cancer. Then what as a parent can you do for your child’s healthy growth? And

how much sunlight is healthy or unhealthy for your child? We’ll be discussing

here:

Let’s first talk how child comes into contact and can be affected with blistering

heat

Child under the age of 16 gets easily affected by harmful UV rays. Sunburn to

these children can cause melanoma, a fatal skin cancer disease. Nevertheless,

you not only have to protect your children from skin cancer, there are other

things as well which you shouldn’t take for granted. The scorching sun turns the

monkey bars, swings, slides and open pool into a fire-ground place. If you’re at

New Zealand, you would know the air get warm to 45 Fahrenheit and pool

which are not shaded; their equipments reach 48 Fahrenheit without any spa

pool cover in nz. That can burn your child’s delicate skin relentlessly.


Prevent your children from skin disease by using play ground shade

Protection for your child

Under the blistering sun of Auckland, the swimming gets difficult for the

children. As the cases of skin cancers are rising, we don’t our children to suffer.

Thankfully, it can be easily avoided by installing spa pool covers over the pool

and school shades over the children’s playground. Uniport provides poly-

carbonated spa pool covers in NZ that cut 90% of harmful UV rays and prevent

skin cancer. They’ve installed many school shades in Auckland that 100%

protect children from playtime burns. Parents and school or park administration

can choose Uniport to shade the children’s playground and protect them from

ruthless sun heat. These outdoor covers will keep them healthy and fit in

summer and in winter as well. Liberate yourself from worry with the installation

of Uniport Spa pool covers in Auckland.


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