We can play outside almost year round in Arizona, yes we bundle up in the winter (40 and 50 degrees is cold to us) and go super early in dead heat of the summer. Our best time of year is the spring and fall with very moderate to warm temperatures. Even with some extreme weather I know we’re lucky because overall we can play outside almost every day.
I was super excited when Neutrogena offered to send me samples of their Neutrogena Wet Skin Kids sunscreen to check out. Sunscreen is so essential year round in Arizona and I’m always willing to try out something new. The key benefit to their Wet Skin Kids is that you can apply the sunscreen to wet skin. There’s no need to dry them off before reapplying.
It’s perfect to use while swimming, playing in the sprinklers or just on sweaty kids at the park. Many people don’t reapply sunscreen once they’re outside, I think not having to dry off between applications makes it that much easier to reapply often.
It’s also perfect for soccer games and little league, with quick breaks between innings a quick reapplication can keep them safe from the sun.
Neutrogena wants you to try out their wet skin sunscreen for all of your splash worthy moments this summer. Check out their fun Summer of Splash Contest with Parents Magazine
How to enter the #SummerofSplash #Contest:
Take a photo of your kids (between the ages of 3-10) enjoying the pool or beach and share it here on Facebook. Alternatively you share it on Instagram or Twitter with the #SummerOfSplash and #Contest hashtags.
Want to try out Wet Skins Kids sunscreen yourself? Neutrogena® Wet Skin Kids Spray SPF 70+ and Neutrogena® Wet Skin Kids Lotion SPF 45 both retail for $11.99. Check out Neutrogena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest product news and promotions.
WINNER DETERMINATION: On or about June 21st, 2015 all eligible Entries received by Sponsor during the Contest entry period will be judged by a panel of qualified judges based on the following criteria: (25%) creativity/originality, (25%) entertainment value, (25%) quality of photo, and (25%) relevance of photo to subject matter (“Judging Criteria”). The one (1) Entry with the highest total score will be deemed the potential winner. In the event of a tie, an additional, “tie-breaking” judge will determine the potential winner based on highest entertainment value of the photo.
For complete contest details please review the Official Rules
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