Banana Boat Kids Tear-Free Sting-Free UltraMist Lotion Continuous Spray Sunscreen With ...
4.42 / 5 based on 1,241 Reviews
For Ultra Fun in the Sun. Banana Boat® sun care is the first brand to offer a tear-free, sting-free continuous spray. This lotion spray is so gentle, it won’t irritate your child’s eyes or skin. Plus, the white lotion lets Mom see where she’s applied it – no more missed spots!
Product Features and Description:
- Broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection
- Water-resistant for up to 80 minutes
- Tear-free and alcohol-free, won’t sting eyes
- 6oz. UltraMist® lotion spray can
- Twist ‘n Lock Spray, no cap!
- Hypoallergenic formula
- Recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation
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Banana Boat Kids Tear-Free Sting-Free UltraMist Lotion Continuous Spray Sunscreen With SPF 50
Sunscreen never works for my skin. I still burn a bit, but with this product I barely burned. Just darkened.
Works well. Sprays and covers the kids well. We really every couple of hours and kids haven't gotten burnt.
Sun block for the little ones, while they enjoy the outside weather.... good that it comes in double pack..
Love the spray applicator! Dries up nicely, does not leave skin oily and last up to 6 hours while in water
Great protection. Hard to avoid getting in the eyes though. Other than that exactly what I was looking for.
This is normally a pretty dependable brand for us. I use it on my daughter all the time and it works great
My son hates when I apply sunscreen on him. This is great, very easy and quick to apply. Works really well.
My kids use this all summer we go to waterworld weekends and I always carry this with me its easy to apply
I love the easy application and how it isn't so messy to apply on my kids who are always all over the place
I love this product! Easy to apply and doesn't wash off in the water! My kids love it and it really works!
Q & A
Do you like the spray or the lotion better for little kids?
This product works
Is the formula really different then the adult version?
Is it made with hypoallergenic ingredients?
Is this a safe sunscreen option for children?
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