Enjoying a refreshing bath during summer is a pleasant feeling. But we can’t forget about the biggest organ in our body: the skin. It is very important to protect ourselves from ultraviolet rays and avoid sun burns; either on sunny or cloudy days. For this reason, we share some recommendations made by GENCAT about sun exposure:
Sun exposure, variations in temperature and water, increase the risk of ear infections. The chances of getting one is directly proportional to the amount of time a person spends in the water. To prevent them, it is recommended to avoid swimming for more than half an hour and to take 30-minute breaks to ensure that ear canals are completely dry.
Ensuring healthy conditions in swimming pools is a real challenge for our team. We regularly have our water tested in a lab to keep it clean. Likewise, there are rules that need to be followed by all users to help keeping the water clean:
It is better if children not toilet trained don’t swim to avoid spill-outs. However, if you still want to swim with them, they must wear a swim diaper and a swimsuit. You must change it frequently but not in pool area: