Thursday, July 3, 2014

MelanSol Sunscreen

We all know when summer rolls around it's time to slather the kids in sunscreen. Though sunscreen is touted as a lifesaver, the toxic chemicals in most parent-trusted children's sunscreen brands can do just as much damage as the sun itself. Common sunscreen chemicals like octocrylene and oxybenzone are absorbed through the skin and accumulate in the body, creating free radicals that can damage cells, cause sunburn, and even cause skin mutations. Scary!
Luckily, there's MelanSol Baby Sunscreen. MelanSol is a certified 100% natural, toxin-free sunscreen for kids that protects, conditions, and hydrates your child's skin. MelanSol is the only natural sunscreen that uses a high concentration blend of bio-active antioxidants to boost your child's ability to neutralize free radical damage that is responsible for sunburn, early skin aging, and skin cancer later in life. Furthermore, MelanSol solves two common problems parents face when applying sunscreen to their kids - the eye irritation regular sunscreen causes and the struggle to keep their kids out of the water for 20 minutes while the sunscreen absorbs. MelanSol is the only natural sunscreen that is truly tear-free and absorbs and starts protecting the moment it's applied, allowing for immediate fun in the sun.

I am a redhead, and Callan favors me versus Daddy who tans in the sun and never burns. So for his delicate skin, we need stuff that actually works. Especially since he would live outdoors if he could! This sunscreen is great. Apply it, and he can go go go right away!

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1 comment:

  1. This is interesting. Sounds great for kids and grandson. Will look further into it. I have never heard of it before. Thanks for sharing. Rita Spratlen


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