Coppertone Products: Review & Giveaway


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I was lucky enough to receive 9 products from Coppertone this past week and perfect timing too! As soon as I opened the box I was immediately drawn to the continuous sprays of the adult Ultraguard and the Coppertone Kids. According to Coppertone, the continuous spray is the only way to spray…and I have to agree. The spray went on clear with no mess and no rubbing! It took all of 30 seconds to cover each person! We have had a very busy summer and  like a typical mom I usually pack sunscreen for the kids but no sunscreen for the adults. I am glad to report that the Coppertone Kids Continuous Spray protected all of us in the hot Indiana sun!

Coppertone Water Babies Pure & Simple Sunscreen Lotion is 50 SPF, tear free, and waterproof. Most importantly it is oil, fragrance, and dye free.

Coppertone Water Babies Sunscreen Lotion is 70+ SPF, waterproof, and hypoallergenic. It is non-irritating, and non-stinging on baby’s delicate skin with a moisturizing formula with Vitamin E .

Coppertone Kids 70+ Sunscreen lotion provides instant waterproof protection. It is hypoallergenic and has a non-irritating formula with moisturizers and vitamin E . Recommended for kids and families.

Coppertone Kids Continuous Spray 70+ is waterproof, hypoallergenic, and contains no CFCs that deplete the ozone layer. It sprays at any angle and has a twist-and-lock cap which means no cap to lose

Coppertone Ultraguard Continuous Spray Sunscreen is 70+ SPF (highest SPF level available in a Continuous Spray®) and goes on clear — no rub, no mess for quick even coverage

Coppertone Ultraguard 70+ SPF sunscreen lotion is waterproof, hypoallergenic, and non-greasy. It contains a moisturizing formula with Vitamin E.

Coppertone Nutrashield 30 SPF is dual defense: sun protections plus nourishing antioxidants to promote natural skin repair. It is designed for women, water resistant, and appropriate for everyday use. It is hypoallergenic and will not clog pores.

Coppertone Nutrahshield 70+ SPF with Dual Defense helps with sun protections and prevents premature skin aging. It is designed for women for daily use, is fragrance free, waterproof, and hypoallergenic.

Coppertone Nutrashield Faces Sunscreen Lotion with Dual Defense is 70+ SPF and has a moisturizing, non-greasy formula that won’t clog pores for daily use. It is also designed for women, waterproof, and hypoallergenic.

I really liked the Coppertone Nutrashield Lotions, they were non-greasy, and light to the touch. Neither one of the boys’ threw a fit (like they usually do) when I used the continuous spray on them. All in all I give Coppertone’s 2009 sunscreen line a big thumbs up!


Coppertone has offered 10 MommyPR readers a giveaway of a Coppertone product:

Coppertone Nutrashield 70+ Sunscreen Lotion

Go to Coppertone and tell me something asked in the Suncare FAQ (hint: click on the Science and Education Tab and go to Suncare FAQ section). MANDATORY to enter giveaway

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Contest ends 11:59pm Pacifice Time on 7/18

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Comments (319)

  1. · Edit

    Q: What is the minimum SPF recommended for kids? For adults?
    A: For children 6 months of age and older, we recommend sunscreens with an SPF 30 or higher. Babies under 6 months should be kept out of the sun. Adults of all skin types should use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15.

  2. Thanks for the giveaway… one question on the FAQ page is: “What is the difference between UVA rays and UVB rays?”

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