We had the honor to be interviewed by Best Mom Products.
Learn how Sunsnapz LLC manufactures our
versatile baby blankets in the U.S., divides co-founder
responsibilities, uses social media all while juggling life with a baby
and full time job. This interview is great for anyone looking to bring a
product to market. Be Inspired!
Watch the video here:
Read this great review about what we do and enter to win a free sunsnapz midi blanket:
Product review by Cool Mom Picks:
check out our press release to learn more about sunsnapz:
NC mom turns a need for sun protection into a unique and useful product line to fight skin cancer.
Did you know that regular fabrics do not provide adequate protection from the sun?
Our sunsnapz products were created by parents for parents to
protect those we love the most. Our lightweight, ultra-soft cotton
blankets, accessories, and apparel are designed for everyday use and
block out 97% of the sun’s harmful UV rays, without the addition of any
Our products were founded on the following premises:
protection should begin at birth, however sunscreen should not be used
until after 6 months of age—making the first few months of life an ideal
time for our sunsnapz sun protective products. Our versatile "snapz"
design and multiple sizes are meant to suit the growing needs of your
blistering or five non-blistering childhood sunburns double the
lifetime risk of developing melanoma, a potentially fatal form of skin
development of skin cancer has been linked to both intensive (beach,
pool) and non-intensive (daily outdoor activities such as playing in the
backyard or at the park) sun exposure. In fact the sun’s harmful UV
rays can come through the windows in your home or car!
sunsnapz ... for a safe nap in the sun ...
- Standard fabrics do not provide adequate protection from the sun during daily play or time at the beach.
Seven facts every parent should know about children and sun safety:
zero - the number (almost) of standard cotton fabrics that provide adequate protection from the sun!
one - the number of blistering sunburns in childhood necessary to double the lifetime risk of melanoma, a potentially fatal form of skin cancer!
two - types of sun exposure in childhood linked to development of skin cancer - intermittent (e.g. beach and pool) and chronic (e.g. everyday play)!
three - types of skin cancer linked to sun exposure beginning in childhood!
four - the number of seasons in which sun exposure is critical!
five - the number of non-blistering sunburns in childhood necessary to double lifetime risk of melanoma!
six - months of age before it is safe and recommended for a baby to wear sunscreen!