- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
|Price:||$9.49 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|You Save:||$2.50 (21%)|
Formulated with naturally sourced ingredients, Banana Boat Natural Reflect Baby Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50+ effectively protects your baby's skin by deflecting the sun's UV rays. The pediatrician-tested sunscreen is oxybenzone and paraben free and is gentle on your baby's sensitive skin. Plus, it's tear free and sting free so it won't irritate your baby's eyes. The sunscreen is water resistant for up to 80 minutes.
Banana Boat Natural Reflect Baby Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50+ features naturally sourced mineral sunscreen actives and zinc oxide that provide broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection. Great for use on delicate baby skin, the pediatrician-tested lotion does not contain any oxybenzones or parabens. It's recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation.
With a gentle, tear-free and sting-free formula that's just right for your baby's skin, Natural Reflect Sunscreen Lotion offers an SPF 50+. The sunscreen has been proven to last in the sun without breaking down and it's water resistant for up to 80 minutes.
The sunscreen is packaged in a convenient, portable tube. You can toss it into your diaper bag, car, or backpack for easy reapplication wherever you are. Remember to apply sunscreen 20 to 30 minutes prior to outdoor activity, even on cloudy days. For babies under six months of age, you should consult your pediatrician prior to use.
Banana Boat Natural Reflect Baby Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50+, 4 fluid ounces.
The sun protection factor, or SPF, of sunscreen is a multiplier that tells you how much longer you can stay in the sun than normal without burning your skin. If your baby can tolerate 10 minutes in the sun without a burn, an SPF of 50 will provide 50 times that length of time, or 500 minutes of protection without burning.
Both UVA and UVB rays cause damage to your skin. UVA rays are the main cause of skin aging and wrinkling, while UVB rays cause burning. Both contribute to the development of skin cancer. For the best protection, use a sunscreen with broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection.
UVA rays are present throughout the year and can penetrate glass and clouds. They account for up to 95 percent of UV rays on the Earth's surface. UVB rays vary by season, location, and time of day and are strongest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. in April through October.
For maximum protection, reapply every two hours or immediately after swimming, excessive sweating or towel drying. Banana Boat Natural Reflect Baby Lotion SPF 50 is water resistant for up to 80 minutes.
Yes, Banana Boat Natural Reflect Sunscreen Lotion and Natural Reflect Kids Sunscreen Lotion help protect your entire family from the sun's UV rays. They are formulated with the same naturally sourced ingredients.
Color: Baby | Size: Pack of 1
Would you like to give feedback on images?.
I am sticking to Coppertone and steering clear of this product in the future.
This product has a good rating from the Environmental Working Group, and we found it to be much easier to use than other "natural products."
And most importantly, it works and does not irritate my daughter's or my sensitive skin.
Great product but a bit pricey. I also wish they would come out with a similar natural one with less SPF.Published 20 days ago by Elizabeth Benson
My favorite sunscreen for my kids as its the most reasonably priced sunscreen that only uses mineral blockers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ha Tran
This sunscreen worked great! It's a little more difficult to rub in than regular sunscreen, but neither my kids nor I have been burned while using it. Works like a charm!Published 1 month ago by cbuti
This stuff is thick. REALLY thick. My toddler hates having it applied to his skin. After a few days, we gave up and started using it for ourselves, prefering to use Aveda and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian C.
Stays on well. My daughter with eczema has no problems with reactions like she did with other sunblocks.Published 2 months ago by T. Tuttle