I think most of us know how hard it can be to get sunscreen on a little ones face! Water babies SPF 30 sunscreen stick makes it SO much easier to apply, without having to worry about getting it into baby’s eyes.
Ocinoxate, Oxybenzone, Octisalate, and Homosalate.
Coppertone’s Water babies SPF 30 Sunscreen Stick protects against damaging UVA and UVB rays, is clinically tested to be hypoallergenic, non-stinging, and non comedogenic (so it won’t clog pores).It is also gentle, non-irritating, fragrance free and PABA- Free. This product is also waterproof to maintain effective sun protection after 80 minutes in the water. Water babies is also the #1 pediatrician recommended brand.
Apply liberally to all exposed areas before sun exposure. Reapply after prolonged swimming, excessive perspiration, vigorous activity, or toweling.
This sunscreen has been absolutely wonderful! It twists up like a lipstick and has the feel of Chap Stick when you are first applying it. It goes on thin, smooth and clear. It absorbs quickly and is non-greasy feeling.
The stick form has made it SO easy to catch baby’s little nose and around his eyes. It also doesn’t run into the eyes when my son is in the water. (We had that happen with another sunscreen that was supposed to be water proof.) I have used this stick on baby’s shoulders as well. I have no complaints…only praise for this product! So far we have had NO sunburns during any of our outdoor trips this summer...and it’s been a hot one!
Oh! And this is not just for babies! Adults can use this to! My husband and I have both used this on our faces as well. I have kind of sensitive skin and so far no irritation what so ever (and No sunburn either!).
I highly recommend Coppertone Water Babies SPF 30 Sunscreen Stick for anyone and everyone but especially Mom’s with babies! This is just makes application of sunscreen way to easy NOT to have!
Prices & Where To Find it!
I bought mine at Safeway for about $5 dollars for the .6 Ounce (17 gram) stick.. I have seen it at most stores Wal-Mart, Target, Pharmacies, grocery stores and online. So it should be very easy for you to find!