OK so I know I was in trouble. I was in the middle of the county fair with my sale booth when my Eight year old came home from her weekend visitation. This was the first good and sunny weekend and I forgot to pack the sunscreen, and my daughter was wearing a skimpy tank top, and her arms were bright pink. I just couldn't leave to go all the way home. I knew I had to get some thing on her fast so I pulled her under our booth tent and made her sit. "It wasn't her fault she wasn't dressed." At that moment my husband walked up and I gave him the cash box and stated that I was going to Wal-Mart.
I got in the van and drove the way to Wal-Mart, the two minute drive took fifteen. So as I stood looking at the sun block, and the main thing I was looking for was it said kids and a SPF of 30 or higher. The type that that I grabbed was a ultra mist lotion. I was thinking that spray would be better so I wouldn't get my hands oily.
We got back to my fair booth and the can stated to apply generously and evenly to all areas 15 minutes before sun exposure well it was just a little too late for that. I sprayed a little on her hands to apply to her face, so it wouldn't get into her eyes. This lotion had no smell at all, unlike some of the other kinds of sun block. It has AvoTriplex technology for high UVA/UVB protection which is high on the market for sun block. The ultra gentle and fragrance-free formula is pediatrician-tested and clinically-tested to be mild to kids' skin and eyes.
This Sunblock did get rid of the pinkness and thankfully my daughter was not burned. It is in a can that you can not miss. As soon as I run out of this can I will get the same stuff again.