Coppertone Sunscreen, Oil Free, Foaming Lotion, Fragrance Free, SPF 75+, 6 oz.
- Health Concern: Sunburn
- For Use On: Body
- Used For: Sun Protection
- Features: Water Resistant
- Product Form: Mousse
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Screens out the sun's burning rays to help prevent sunburn. Provides protection from UVA rays that may contribute to skin damage and premature aging of the skin. Higher SPF gives more sunburn protection. Retains SPF after 80 minutes of activity in the water or sweating.
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Top Customer Reviews
I recommend Coppertone Sports Ultra Sweatproof and Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry Touch instead.
I noticed other reviewers hated this sunscreen but I absolutely love it for my little one. It is quick to dispense, feels soft/not greasy, and although it doesn't last long like sport sunblocks seems to rub-in pretty well.
Easy to dispense and apply
My son's daycare accepts (a substitute for the spray kind in my case)
Not greasy- thick consistency
Not sticky like some of the aerosol spray sunscreens
Pricey (even more so in retail stores)
Takes a lot of product to cover my little one
My approach is to just use it on my little one for regular activity. I continue to use a sport style sunscreen (different product) for myself and for the whole family while swimming.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best sunscreen I have ever used. I don't like the sprays because they're difficult to use in the wind and lotions are so thick. This stuff is perfect. Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Tron
Hard to put on. Some areas were missed and burned. In general it was adequate. Not better than store bought.Published on May 28, 2012 by simeon bardin
I have used my share of sunscreens in my time, and this is one of the worst!
-The foam can be really hard to handle when applying. Read more
I have very fare skin which burns easily, so investing in sunscreen is important to me. I graduated from the lotion to spray, which I find very ideal for situations where you don't... Read morePublished on August 8, 2011 by H. Friedman