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The weather is warming up and very soon it will be hot, hot hot. I’m looking forward to a long summer filled with days at the beach and BBQs by the pool. Are your kids summer ready? With a wide range of swimwear designs that suit all ages from toddlers to teens at HeavenLee – www.heavenleeswim.comyou’re sure to find something that will make a splash.
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We are excited to introduce a new product to the Heavelee range, our Midrift rash tops are fashionable and are available in our most popular designs.
Purchase your Midrift rash top for only $39.95 and get the matching bottoms bikini or boardshorts for 50% off. We here at Heavenlee understand that customers are needing different size top and bottoms to suit your girls growing body, now available you can mix or match your sizing when ordering a swimwear set.
Order our new product today and to view our boys range and other products please view our full website http://heavenleeswim.com/product-category/girls/swim-sets-girls/
They come in a rage of sizes 1,2 , 4 and 6 here is the prints available
We, as Aussie’s, love to swim. We love the beach, children’s pool parties, a backyard summer bbq, visiting water playgrounds and we love holiday destinations close to the water. It’s so important to our culture, So, why would we not teach our children how to swim?
Maybe the daunting thought of trying to fit it into our families weekly routine or changing a wet child in the cold change rooms. Do you worry “what if my child won’t like it?” or even preparing a swim bag scare you…. The reality is, it is a very important skill to learn and could save your child’s life…. So turn your swimming lesson trips into positive experiences for yourself and your children.
To help ease your anxiety, here are a few bag packing tips for your swimming lesson trips:
1. Swimmers Nappies – make sure you ask at your swim centre the requirement for Swimmers Nappies. Some centre’s require swimmers nappies until the age of 4, so call in advance and be prepared. However if you forget your swimmers nappies, NO SWIMMING will be allowed!
2. Encouragement – If your child is swimming in the pool without you, be sure to offer lots of encouragement before their lesson. Get to the pools early and let them explore by themselves in the shallow before their class. They might even team up with a few kids and start splashing around together.
3. Snacks – Swimming is hard work, so be sure to fuel them right up when they have finished. Little snacks are great, dried fruit, crackers, popcorn and remember a water bottle.
4. Change of Clothes – Change rooms can be a hectic and cold place…. Pack clothes in a plastic bag to change into after swimming. Choose warm clothes, easy “on & off” change of clothes. Dresses in summer, pull over t-shirts and track pants in summer. REMEMBER knickers and jocks.
5. Plastic Bags – wet swimsuits and towels can quickly be thrown into spare plastic bags, however REMEMBER to take them out as soon as you get home to wash and hang up.
6. Illness – Swimming lesson’s are fantastic, however children can get sick especially during winter. Be sure to keep up their vitamin intake and keep your child warm after getting changed. I would avoid swimming lessons with under 1’s during winter, until they have built up an immune system. Make sure you enrol again for Term 4!
7. Bribery – Keep a few spare silver coins in your purse just in case you need to use a “lolly” from the canteen after swimming as bribery to get them to listen to their teacher…
—– and last, but the most excited part ———
The Swimsuit – make sure your child is comfortable in their swimwear. They will be in and out of the water during their lesson, so be sure swimwear will stay on! Dress them in their swimmers before you take them, they will be dying to get into the water as soon as you walk through the doors. So grab your’s here now!
With a quick checklist and everything packed, parents can feel at ease and enjoy watching their child learning to swim, knowing that these skills may save their life 🙂 🙂
If you have not enquired into swimming lesson’s, please do so now and enrol them in a centre close by.
Cheers Lee-Anne xx
A little bit of history on ARPANSA
The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) is the Australian Government’s primary authority on radiation protection and nuclear safety. ARPANSA regulates Commonwealth entities using radiation with the objective of protecting people and the environment from the harmful effect of radiation. ARPANSA undertakes research, provides services, and promotes national uniformity and the implementation of international best practice across all jurisdictions.
UV Radiation and how it effects you
Over-exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation (UV radiation) can cause sunburn, skin damage and an increased risk of developing skin cancer. Clothing provides one of the most convenient forms of protection against UVR but not all garments offer sufficient sun protection. All fabrics have some ability to block UVR and laboratory testing is performed to determine how effective different fabrics are. The ARPANSA UV laboratory performs Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF).
The UPF rating indicates how effective a fabric is at blocking out solar ultraviolet radiation. This testing is performed according to Australian/New Zealand standard AS/NZS4399. UPF ratings range from 15 to 50 with higher ratings indicating more effective blocking and therefore better protection for the wearer of a garment made from the fabric. Fabrics that test higher than UPF 50 are rated as UPF 50+.
At HeavenLee, we take care of your UPF worry’s and have our fabrics tested at APRANSA before our products get to you, ensuring you are protected from UVR.
Enjoy your summer, worry free 🙂
Cheers Lee xx
Our Pineapples range is just gorgeous, with bright colourful pineapple print and matching fluoro orange rash top and board shorts bikini bottoms and sun hat. Your girl will look amazing on the beach this summer in our sweet pineapple range.
We look forward to seeing HeavenLee Swim in the media more over the next few months
Cheers Lee xx
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