It's hot out there and I worry about my daughters getting too much sun. I have always appreciated skincare products by Kiss My Face because they are all natural, so I had to check out their sunblock for kids.
It turns out, they have a mineral sunblock stick that comes in my daughter's favorite color. Can you guess? Yes, pink. (It also comes in white and blue.) So, she wants to apply the sunscreen herself which is a lot better than running away from me when it's time to slather it on. But, the best part is when the color fades, you know it's time to reapply.
The Kiss My Face Sun Stick comes in a handy stick that's easy to keep in your bag and the formula is perfect for sensitive areas like the nose, lips, cheek and ears. The sun stick is SPF 30 and 100% natural; paraben free, phthalate free and SLS free. Active ingredients are Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide. Find out more about Kiss My Face Suncare here.
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