“Supergoop! is for everyone but was made with kids in mind.”
Best Sunscreen for Kids // Supergoop!
Summer is just around the corner and before you head to the beach I want to introduce you to my favorite kid-friendly sunscreen, Supergoop! If you follow me on social media then I’m sure you saw that I attended a mommy and me event last weekend hosted by Supergoop! and Heymama. I don’t go to a lot of mommy events but since I’m passionate about sun care and the brand, Supergoop!, I didn’t want to miss out.
As a skincare enthusiast what I appreciate most about Supergoop! is their simple breakdown on why sun care is important. Their website is informative and you can tell they are very passionate about protecting the skin from sun damage. As a mom what I love most is knowing that they are a trusted brand that uses “good ingredients” that aren’t harmful to my girl. Supergoop! is “made only with healthy ingredients, always free of controversial one.”
Supergoop! has a product for everyone in the family! Their brand new, “Super Power Sunscreen Mousse” is perfect for kids. It is SPF50, lightweight and absorbs quickly into the skin. This is the first sunscreen in mousse formula that is on the market! It does have a slight fresh cucumber scent (y’all know how I am with scents), but it’s not strong and it quickly fades to nothing so if you’re sensitive like me, there’s no need to worry!
Things to Remember!
- Always wear sunscreen – make it a habit to apply it everyday whether you’re going to be indoors or outdoors
- Your sunscreen should be SPF30-50 (anything higher than 50 won’t make much of a difference, it’s really just a marketing thing).
- Make sure your sunscreen protects from UVA and UVB
- Reapply every 2-3 hours (if you wear make up, you can use a spf mineral powder on your face)
- Don’t forget your lips!
Luckily, Supergoop! has product for everything listed above! Make sure to check ’em out and give them a try.
This post is sponsored by Supergoop! and Heymama. As always, my opinions are my own and I would never promote anything I didn’t love.