Putting Sunscreen On Little People Doesn’t Have To Suck

Putting Sunscreen On Little People Doesn’t Have To Suck

Sponsored by Banana Boat

Sponsored by Banana Boat

This is the year I will nail my SPF game. This is the year I will be stocked, locked, and loaded with lotion that is not expired. I will have extra sun hats, coverups ready to go, and no one is going to burn on my watch. Ha! Wouldn’t that be nice? In reality, I may not have reached peak summertime organizational prowess, but I’m ready to grab the nearest kid and slather some stuff on them using whatever means necessary. If you could use a few new moves to sharpen your sun mojo, grab a bottle of Banana Boat, and give one of these five tricks a whirl. Happy summer!

Banana Boat® sunscreen products are tested to stay on in seven conditions*: sun, pool water, ocean water, wind, sweat, sand, and extreme heat. So if you pack some Banana Boat®sunscreen, this is one thing you will definitely not have to worry about. And let’s face it — a trip to the beach with small children isn’t exactly as relaxing as those pre-kid trips. We’ll use all the help we can get.

*Seven conditions does not apply to tanning or oil products, SPF 100 lotions, lip balms, Kids FREE and Zinc Faces.

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