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New Craze Sees Beach-Goers In China Wearing Colourful 'Face-Kini' To Protect Skin From Harmful Rays

Posted on 4:09 PM by Sameer Shah

A balaclava-style mask is the latest trend in China to stop the sun's harmful rays. Coming in a range of colours, the 'Face-Kini', which comes complete with a body suit, covers a swimmer's entire head and neck - down to the collar bone. Holes are cut for eyes, nostrils and mouth, and stops the wearer's face from getting burned - and prevents them getting stung by jellyfish.










Holidaymakers can be seen enjoying the beach in Shandong province's East China Sea. The odd-looking clothing, which was invented around nine years ago, is now under mass production and on sale at swimwear stores along the coast. They are selling factory-made Face-Kinis for 15 to 25 yuan (£1 to to £2.50) each.











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