Specific care instructions can be found on the product label or on the product sheet. In case of doubt, always consult these instructions.
Before wearing your swimsuit for the first time, we recommend that you soak it in cold water for an hour, perhaps with a spoonful of white vinegar. This prevents any risk of overflow.

After each use we recommend rinsing your swimsuit to avoid traces of sun cream, solt or chlorine.

Hand washing is the best way to take care of our swimsuits. Use cold or lukewarm soapy water (20° max). The swimsuit should be washed gently, without wringing it, to avoid deforming it.

Machine washing is possible when indicated on the care label. However, certain conditions must be met: machine wash at 30°C with gentle spinning. The fabric of swimwear is fragile, and machine washing must be done sparingly to avoid loss of elasticity.

Do not dry clean.
Vigorous spinning stretches and breaks fibers. We recommend drying away from heat and UV rays. Avoid clothespins and do not tumble dry.
Tips to prevent sunscreen stains
Often greasy, sun creams can leave marks that are difficult to remove.

The sooner you act, the more effective the result. Apply a few drops of liquid detergent to the sunscreen stain.

Then use your fingers to spread the product over the fabric to penetrate the fibers. Leave on for 20 minutes. Then gently rub the fabric under a trickle of water. Finally, leave to dry.

Another option is white vinegar, Start by soaking a clean cloth in this product, then dab the area to be treated. Leave for 30 minutes, then rinse.

The final tip for removing sunscreen stains: ammonia. After carefully reading the product instructions, dab the surface of the fabric to be treated with a damp cloth and a few drops of ammonia. Once the stain is well impregnated, leave to act for ten minutes or so, rinse and then hand -o or machine-wash the fabric.