Badger Face Stick ... easiest way to apply sunscreen for baby & children.
To meet the needs of hard-working, hard-playing Badgers, we specifically formulated this SPF35 Face Stick to protect skin from sun, wind, cold and water as safely and as naturally as possible. Our best sunscreen for sports and travel - the easy to use, no-mess stick fits nicely in beach bag or backpack, and can even travel in your carry on bag!
Badger uses Zinc Oxide for broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection for face, ears, nose, lips, and any skin! This natural formula is rich in Certified Organic ingredients and ultra-moisturizing and soothing. Perfect protection from windburn and chapping during winter sports, water sports, and extra touch-up protection on the go. No added fragrance. Comes packaged in a generous 0.65oz tube that is made out of 65% Post Consumer Recycled Material.
Directions for use:
To be effective, sunscreen must be applied liberally to exposed skin. An average sized body (in a swimsuit) requires about 1 oz for full and complete coverage. This product is meant for "hot spot" protection, either in conjunction with another sunscreen (to be used for full body). or when only small areas of skin are exposed, such as hands and face.
For full protection, apply ample coat to face or exposed skin, then rub in to reduce whitening effect. reapply after swimming and sweating. Children under 6 months of age, ask a doctor.
Mineral-based sunscreens, such as Badger's, are immediately effective, and do not require time between application and sun exposure
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