Sun worshipping

Sun worshipping

HÖRFA are worshipping the sun with our newest SUMMER SPLASH range

Someone once said that the sun’s rays are heaven’s arrows to earth.

When basking in the sunlight, there are lots of precautions to take and we are constantly being warned about sunburn, skin cancer, premature aging, and rightly so as they are all very serious issues, but it’s easy to forget about the many benefits of the sun.

It turns out our big orange pal in the sky provides us with a sundry of benefits, which is the motivation behind out new SUMMER SPLASH range by HÖRFA, which injects a burst of colour and brightness into our new line of polos and sweats to celebrate the summer season.

Kills bacteria

Sunlight can kill bacteria and sanitise the air. Examples of this can be seen at select public locations where an increasing amount of businesses are installing UV lights in their entrances to clear away a percentage of bacterial flora found lurking on clothing and skin.


Reduces Blood Pressure

Sunlight exposure releases a compound called Nitric Oxide that reduces blood pressure in the circulatory system.


Reduces cancer risk

According to research, areas that live in locations with more daylight tend to have a lower cancer rate.


Strengthens bones

The big ball of fire works to stimulate the absorption of calcium into the body by way of Vitamin D production, which strengthens bones in the body.


Improves sleep

The brighter your daylight exposure, the more melatonin you produce at night, which is known as the sleep hormone.


Improves mental health

The sun works through a number of receptors in the brain to affect mental status and alertness. Moderate sunlight exposure helps to improve mood and focus by boosting the serotonin levels in your body, also known as the 'happiness hormone'. Sunlight makes you calm yet alert and decreases the risk of depression.


So get outside in the summer sun to reap those benefits to feel good, think good, and look good by wearing our SUMMER SPLASH range, whilst still taking the necessary precautions – always wear sunscreen!

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