If you have been reading my blog, you probably already heard about how much time we spent outdoors. From pool playdates to going to the parks with friends, the hot summer sun hasn't stopped us from having fun. While we are out, I always make sure that my kids' are fully protected. I applied sunscreen on them either right before we leave the house or right when we arrive at our destination. Since we use sunscreen daily, I am always on the look out for sunscreen products that work well and are easy to apply. Recently, I received 2 spray bottles of natural sunscreen from Goddess Garden to review.
There are a few things I like about these products. I like that they come in spray forms so it makes easier for me to apply the sunscreen on my kids and on myself as well. I also noticed that when I use sunscreen in a spray bottle, I am able to applied them onto my kids' skin more evenly. The sunscreen I received are made of 82% organic ingredients and they are also water resistant. Because my kids spent so much time in the pool or going to water playdate at the local water fountains, it is very important to me that the sunscreen I used on them are safe as well as water resistant.
The Goddess Garden spray sunscreen comes in a white creamy liquid form. After I sprayed it on our skin, I was able to rubbed on the sunscreen very easily and quickly too. I also noticed that my skin was very soft after using it. I thought that the sunscreen worked well. The light scent is also very pleasant.
If you are looking for products that will keep your skin soft and free of harmful chemicals, I would recommend checking out Goddess Garden. I know that summer is almost over, but please keep in mind that sun protection should be practice all year long, not just during the summer time :).
*I received a free product (or products) for review purposes. I did not receive any form of compensation from the company. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. My reviews are not always positive, but they are my personal and honest opinions. Other people's views and experiences with the product or products might be different from mine.