THINK's Baby Safe Sunscreen SPF 50+ is the perfect, safe option for any occasion. Whether it's for a trip to the park, a day at nursery or grade school, or even for the family cruise, this sunscreen will protect your baby from the sun's harmful rays.
Baby Safe Sunscreen is dermatologist recommended, water resistant (up to 80 minutes), and has a broad spectrum of SPF 50+.
Baby Safe Sunscreen is made in the USA, has more awards than any other sunscreen, and has been voted a favourite among Moms, kids, and your School Board alike.
Baby Safe Sunscreen is perfect for daily use and for anyone spending time in the sun, including pregnant women, children over 6 months, and for anyone with sensitive skin.
Top rated by EWG with a b 1b rating in 2010, 2011, and 2012 for Baby, Beach, and Free Of Biologically Harmful Chemicals (No Avobenzone, Oxybenzone or UV Chemical Absorbers).
Highest SPF 50+ per FDA 2012 Rules.
Highest level of Broad-Spectrum UVA and UVB protection per FDA 2012 Rules.
Highest level of water resistance (80 minutes) per FDA 2012 Rules.
Non-nano formulation, average particle size >100micron.
Non-aerosol formulation (high concern of both ineffectiveness and particulates being inhaled).
Paraben, phthalate, PABA and 1,4 Dioxane Free.
Applies and absorbs easily, with a non-oily feel.
Does not have an obtrusive smell that many organic sunscreens have.
Be sure to apply to all areas that will be exposed to sunlight, including behind the ears, neck, hands, feet, and scalp.
Reapply every two hours or more as needed.
This formula applies very easily, spreading too thin is not recommended, otherwise you will decrease the effectiveness of the sunscreen.
Please note that the use of sunscreen on children younger than 6 months of age requires a doctor's prescription, this is true for ALL brands.
Baby Safe Sunscreen is a physical sunscreen, meaning it works immediately upon application, it will maintain its SPF after 80 minutes of water immersion.
Keep in mind that physical sunscreens work by reflecting sunlight.
The Environmental Working Group and the FDA recommend reapplying sunscreen every two hours.
It is recommended to test on a small area of the body to ensure that you don't have any sensitivities.
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