Traditionally we have always used lotions to protect our skin from the sun. And we have LOT’s of sun here in Las Vegas. With my little guy taking tennis lessons now in the morning when the sun is hot, I’m always on the lookout for suncare that will work best with our lifestyle, budget and taste. I’m sure I’ve seen other mommy’s while out and about using the spray suncare but I myself had never tried. Until now!
We took our little tennis player, his sister and competitive parents to the court to put it through the sweat test. Make sure you print out THIS coupon for $2 off 1 Neutrogena Suncare or Sunless Product before you go. So after printing our little coupon we headed to Walmart to pickup some spray. We actually did two stores because the first store didn’t have much of a selection and I wanted to see if they had a baby version and a high SPF. Hit the jackpot in the second store!
My little guy has sensitive skin. Super sensitive! My hubby pointed out that this product has Helioplex technology which has the highest* UVA/UVB protection. This is exclusive to Neutrogena….holla!!! I’ve always loved Neutrogena so little added benefit is a plus and reason why I’ll continue to use it.
Make sure to apply the spray to the face with your hands. You don’t want to directly spray it around the eyes. Even though our little guy had on a shirt we still applied it to the neck, arms and leg area.
Our little player in practice with his coach. I love watching him and can’t get enough photos of him. The practice is only an hour but he works up a sweat.
So after practice we applied another coat and let them cool off in the water park area. My littlest peanut was more than happy, since she had been on the sidelines for over an hour.
Yep, they are in their regular clothes and YES, I let them play in the water. I was “that” parent. They had mad fun, they were happy and what more can a mama want
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