July 6, 2014

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Stay proctected from the sun this summer with Coppertone Sunscreen products #sponsored

Sunscreen is important, there is no denying it.  You can't go wrong with Coppertone Sunscreen products, there is one to fit all your lifestyle needs. As great as the warn and sunny days feels, the sun  can wreak havoc on your health. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in America, but not only that the sun can also cause your skin to age.

Parents can set the right example for their children by making sunscreen application part of their everyday routine. By creating this good habit early on, kids will be more likely to continue using sunscreen as they age.  Our kids know the routine and wait to go outside until they have been sprayed, rubbed, etc.

We were protected this 4th of July at our Balloon Festival thanks to Coppertone! Fun in the sun!
New innovations from the brand. 
  • Coppertone CLEARLYSheer, which comes in two lines – Sunny Days and Beach & Pool – was created to provide women with a sunscreen that’s just for them. The brand new formulas are both incredibly lightweight and sheer so you’ll feel comfortable wearing them every day under your makeup or when you’re in the water.
  • Coppertone Sport AccuSpray was developed to solve a common frustration – the cloud of spray people experience when using a spray sunscreen. The product has a new patented technology that creates a more targeted spray for less mess and waste.

Sun Care Tips: Smart Sunscreen Use
  • Get a head start on the sun.
    • Apply sunscreen 15 minutes before you are exposed to the sun.
  • Don't skimp on sunscreen.
    • Use it liberally and apply it evenly over all exposed skin to ensure complete coverage. Reapply as directed.
  • Cover all the bases.
    • It's easy to overlook spots like the ears, neck, and shoulders, but they need sunscreen too. Remember to grab a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses and to seek shade when the sun is most intense.
  • Follow the numbers.
    • SPF tells you the level of protection a sunscreen provides from sunburn. Use sunscreen with broad spectrum SPF 15 or higher whenever you'll be outdoors.
  • Reapply, reapply, reapply.
    • Apply another coat of sunscreen as needed, at least every 2 hours- and be sure to reapply after swimming, sweating, vigorous activity or toweling off.
  • Select water resistant sunscreens that can keep up with kids.
    • Use water resistant sunscreens with broad spectrum SPF 30 or higher, and look for products that are quick and easy to apply to squirmy kids. (Keep babies under six months of age out of the sun and consult a doctor before applying sunscreen.)
For more sun care tips, please visit Coppertone.com.

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