Summer is right around the corner… YIPPEE! One problem about this time of year is that I always and I mean always forget to reapply sunblock. Seriously, I am good about putting it on in the first place but then when it is time to reapply, I either forget entirely or I feel bad dragging my child away from the activity they are so happy doing to get them to stand still and put on more. I am sure many of you have been there, convincing your children to get out of the ocean or pool on a beautiful summer day, take time to dry off, and then having to reapply their sunblock all while they are crying and whining about why they have to do this. Seriously, it is a hassle.
Luckily, Neutragena has made it easier on us all! Neutragena, the #1 dermatologist recommended suncare brand, has developed a solution. The new Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunblock Sprays for adults and kids are specifically designed to apply and adhere directly to wet skin. Now you can apply sunblock without having to towel off your kids (from sweat or water), making the reapplication process that much easier on mom and kid! Thank you!
The Skin Cancer Foundation states “reapplication of sunscreen is just as important as putting it on in the first place” and advises to “reapply the same amount every two hours.”
Available in SPF options of 30, 50, 85 and an SPF 70 for kids, the Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunblock sprays will have your entire family covered. Using Neutrogena’s patented Helioplex Technology, in combination with unique waterproof technologies, the Wet Skin product cuts through water, forming a protective barrier on skin and provides superior sun protection from damaging UVA/UVB rays.
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