Neutrogena Wet Skin, A Dad’s View
Being an active Dad is a fun and rewarding experience. The time spent with my sons is priceless, over the years I have built many memories that will last a lifetime. We spend a great deal of time enjoying the outdoors, whether it’s at a baseball game, or a day at the waterpark. My work also requires me to be outdoors during the day and one thing that has always been a concern is the damage the sun can cause to our skin. I have tried to set a good example for my boys by using sunscreen to reduce the damaging effects.
I have tried all types and forms of sun care products over the years and I always have the same issue. It is difficult to apply while I’m sweating in whatever activity I’m doing, you have to dry off to apply and then your hands are all greasy.
Well when I was asked to try a new product from Neutrogena and share with you my experience I felt confident that the product would meet my expectations since it comes from a company that has spent years bringing skin care solutions to the marketplace.
Neutrogena’s Wet Skin Sunblock Spray is available in several SPF concentrations from SPF35 all the way to SPF100, there’s even a SPF70 especially for the kiddos. With there exclusive Helioplex technology this is the only sunblock designed to be applied to wet skin. And since it is coming from Neutrogena you know it’s hypoallergenic and also provides broad spectrum of UVA & UVB protection.
My boys and I tried this while working and working out (basketball) and really liked the convenience of the spray application and found that there was little greasy residue that interfered with our activities. And being folically challenged as I am it made it a snap to apply to the top of my sensitive head and I didn’t have any problems with it running into my eyes (another issue I’ve had over the years).
Now you can try Neutrogena Wet Skin and save some money, Neutrogena is currently offering $2 off Wet Skin, so be sure to sign up and get your coupon.
You can also check out my experience through Intersect.
DISCLOSURE: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. And ya all my experience and comments are my own,