It seems that everywhere you turn, we’re going back to the basics. Whether it’s in fashion and the look at organic materials, sustainable products and earth-friendly manufacturing initiatives, or in the food we eat and the turn to ancient grains and the very basis of our food guide. Consumers are a wise bunch, and we’re learning what works in our products and helps us (products are continually changing and innovations are a good thing) and what we can – it turns out – do without after all these years of development.
Just like the Banana Boat Simply Protect Sunscreen Lotion I shared last month, NEW Banana Boat® Simply Protect™ Sport delivers sport-strength protection with fewer ingredients to stand up to all your outdoor activities. Simply Protect™ Sport has a water and sweat-resistant formula that provides lightweight safe and effective broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection with 25% fewer ingredients* – giving you just what you need to keep up with your family.
Simply the basics in this sunscreen formula, but with the innovation and brand you’ve come to know through the years with Banana Boat! It’s made without oxybenzone and has no added oils or fragrances so you won’t smell like a coconut all day either.
We find a sunscreen spray quicker and easier to apply on-the-go, and it’s especially helpful at the beach when rubbing in sand with the lotion is inevitable. Mom tip: Always ensure when using a spray that you’re not only covering thoroughly, but also taking a second to rub it in – that way no spots get missed and you’ve got full Banana Boat Simply Protect sun protection for all your activities!
The Banana Boat® Simply Protect™ product line is new this year from Banana Boat, giving families the choice of a Banana Boat sunscreen formula that best works for them. I like that it absorbs quickly and easily and especially that it’s tear-free for happy busy and sweaty little faces! It’s also water resistant for up to 80 minutes which means a longer sprinkler/pool/water-balloon playtime before mom needs to reapply.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Banana Boat. All opinions and commentary are, as always, my own.