May showers bring June flowers. Oh wait, that's not really how the saying goes, though you might think so right now, if you lived in the state of Michigan. ;) Never mind though, I know warm, sunny days are a'coming, and when they get here, we'll be ready with our new Coppertone Sun Screens.
The Coppertone CLEARLYSheer line was designed with your skin in mind. First and foremost, whether you're using the spray or the lotion, it absorbs quickly, and both have a clean, light feel. Moisturizers in the CLEARLYSheer line keep your skin smooth, and soft; neither type will clog pores; and the matte finish makes it perfect for wearing under make-up (no excuses!).
|ClearlySheer for Sunny Days absorbs quickly &|
has a light and very pleasant citrus scent.
The CLEARLYSheer sunscreen lotion has a pleasant citrus scent that smells nothing like what I'm used to in sun protection. That makes it nice for everyday use. It's really just a simple, clean, citrus-y fragrance that is not at all intrusive. In fact, it smells pleasant. It has an SPF of 30.
|A spray that isn't greasy? Yep! |
The Coppertone Continuous Spray absorbed super fast!
The Coppertone Sunscreen Continuous Spray has an SPF of 50 and is intended to protect you from the most damaging of UVA/UVB rays. It provides quick and even coverage, and is water resistant for up to 80 minutes. It wasn't greasy when I sprayed it on (not at all) and it has that typical (tropical) beachy scent I love in my beach day sunscreens (subtle, not overwhelming).
Both types (the lotion and the spray) are awesome in their own ways and would be great for different uses. We'll be taking the spray along to the beach, for the ultimate protection for the kiddos, and we'll be using the lotion around the yard, when gardening, mowing, etc., and for other daily type things that leave us lucky enough to be outside.
Coppertone has been a trusted name for many years, and they've hit a home run yet again with these great summer products. You know it's best to protect your skin when you're out in the elements, so if you're going to do it, might as well do it right with Coppertone.