Do you put sunscreen on your kids this time of year? We live in south Florida, so I most definitely do, but even if we lived up north still, it would be a good idea. The kids go outside for recess, or if they're too young for school, they likely go outside for play time, no matter where it is that you live. Using a high quality SPF will procatively help you protect their skin, as well as protect it in the immediate. We use No-Ad, which you'll find in most any store that sells sunscreen. It is inexpensive, effective, paraben-free and it comes in many different forms, types, and sizes.
Above you see the traditional lotion in a bottle and a more non-traditional type in a stick form. Both are convenient, and the stick you can toss in your purse or diaper bag and not worry about forgetting it. It won't spill, and it's easy to apply.
No Ad is light, and even the stick goes on clear. It is fragrance-free and designed so it won't irritate baby's skin. I know my son is on the beach sometimes, as is my granddaughter...and they both play a lot outside. The no-ad solid stick or lotion is the perfect way to keep them protected.
Don't forget to protect your loved ones in the sun, no matter what season or time of the year it might be!! Year round protection is vital and important to both yours and their immediate and future health.
These are only two of many items No-Ad Suncare has to help protect you and your loved ones while you are in the great outdoors. You can learn more by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.
Question: Do you use suncare products year round?