UV Protective Clothing Grows in Popularity, States Textiles Intelligence in Its Insightful Report Published at MarketPublshers.com22 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In spite of a large-scale use of sunscreen, skin cancer incidence rates have surged dramatically since the 1970s and the disease has become a key public health concern in countries with light-skinned populations and huge amounts of solar radiation.
Ultraviolet (UV) protective clothing is the most reliable and convenient means of protecting the skin against the detrimental effects of the sun. Keeping this in view, a number of companies have been started during the last two decades with an eye to creating clothing which withstand UV radiation whilst also being breathable, lightweight and modish. Further, more recently, such firms have been joined by entrenched clothing brands which are seeking to reach a broader consuming public.
Hence, consumers of today can choose from an extensive scope of UV protective garments, encompassing kids’ wear, work clothes and fashion wear. Notwithstanding all these bright spots, the industry continues to confront a range of challenges – particularly a dearth of understanding amid consumers about the benefits that UV protective clothing provide over traditional garments or sunscreen.
Insightful market research report “UV Protective Clothing: A Practical Approach To sun Care” created by Textiles Intelligence provides in-depth insights into the market.
The study contains reliable, essential details about the market for UV protective clothing and the fabrics, dyes and additives utilised in the production of this kind of clothing. The publication also includes a discussion of the role clothing plays in protecting against UV exposure, the impact of UV radiation on textiles, ways of increasing protection against UV rays, and industry standards for UV-blocking garments. Furthermore, a comprehensive review of the suppliers of UV protective clothing is provided, too.
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