I really enjoy Baby Banz, another great company that I worked with when I was a manager at a children’s boutique. We would sell these like hot cakes; we only carried them in the summer but I think if we had them all year round we would have sold them all year. The sun comes out in the winter time too you know.
This is my diva. She loves to dress up and loves to wear her shads. We just got a pair of Jbanz, now you might ask, why did you get Jbanz instead of Baby Banz or the Kids Banz. Well, we decided to go with JBanz because our children have larger than average head sizes. JBanz start at a size five. They are just a tad big for her, but they stay on her head and are comfortable. They also provide her young eyes protection from the sun. It’s because they are so very smart(that they have big heads). My daughter is building computers and my son is talking. He talks more than my daughter and I put together.
Junior BanZ feature UV400 Polarized polycarbonate lenses and sturdy frames, while offering new shapes and temples for the protection and style older kids want. Junior BanZ come with their own solid pink neoprene carrying case complete with zipper clasp as well as a removable neoprene strap for active girls on the go!
They came in a nice pink case and with straps as you can tell from the product description above. We have since lost the sunglasses. I have no idea where they are. I hope they are in the van, but it’s also possible I need to turn the house upside down to find them. We might have placed them somewhere while we were out but that is very unlike my daughter. She just doesn’t take them off of her head. She loves hats and glasses.
What is the UV protection of Banz Sun Hatz?
Baby Banz Sun Hatz are the best in the market for protection and breathability. Our Hatz are made of 100% Cotton/100% Polyester and offer UPF protection of 50+. Others’ hats made of synthetic materials do a good job of keeping the sun off, but make the head hot because they don’t let air in and under the hat. And as most parents know, if the hat is comfortable, it is more likely to stay on little heads!
I get crazy looks sometimes when I’m out and about and won’t let my mom or dad buy my children hats to wear outside unless they have protection from the sun. You can get a sunburn or skin damage under your clothing. It is best to put on sun block every day before you get dressed and wear SPF clothing. It does cost more to have this safety net but it is better than getting skin cancer.
(****I am not an expert, this is my opinion, you should talk to your doctor if you have any concerns*********)