How to Purchase the Right Sunscreen for Your Needs: Part 2

In today’s blog, we’ll go into more detail about purchasing the right sunscreen for your or your family’s needs. As the weather is heating up and vacation and pool season is about to be in full swing, it’s even more important to choose a sunscreen that you trust and have it on hand for afternoon play dates and pool parties. If you’re worried about running out of sunscreen, our hypoallergenic bulk sunscreen from Rocky Mountain Sunscreen is the perfect choice. Available in multiple sizes and quantities, you’ll always have sun protection when you need it and it’s safe for the entire family to use. Order yours today!


Choose Water Resistant Formulas

Water resistant formulas don’t have to be reapplied as often as their non-water resistant counterparts, so your kiddos can enjoy more playtime without having to stop to reapply. However, it’s important to read the label and reapply when the time period of protection has run out. If you have trouble remembering when you last applied sunblock and when to call everyone over for a reapplication session, set a reminder on your phone or you can set the timer on your watch so you’ll be sure to reapply as needed.


Don’t Only Rely on Spray Sunscreen

Spray sunscreen is wonderful for extra added protection, but many people don’t use it correctly, which can cause sun damage and sunburns. If you’re trying to spray sunscreen on a windy day, try to get out of the wind as much as possible or apply inside so you’re actually spraying your skin, not just the ground around you. Also, be sure to rub the spray sunscreen in so it absorbs into your skin rather than sitting on top of it, where it can be rinsed off as soon as your kids jump into the pool. Lastly, don’t apply to wet or damp skin since the water can dilute the sunblock.


Choose the Right Formula for Your Skin

Purchasing a sunscreen that has ingredients that could irritate or cause your skin to become itchy could spell disaster for a family outing. If you have skin concerns or issues that are exacerbated by some sunscreen ingredients, it’s essential to read the label so you know what you’re using. A hypoallergenic formula, such as the sunscreen from Rocky Mountain Sunscreen, is great for most skin types. However, if you have oily or acne-prone skin, it’s best to purchase a sunscreen that caters to those specific needs. Remember to always do a patch test at least 24 hours before you apply any sunblock or sunscreen to your body to ensure that you won’t encounter any skin rashes or reactions.


Don’t wait until the last minute to stock up our hypoallergenic bulk sunscreen from Rocky Mountain Sunscreen. Ideal for busy families, schools, daycares, and offices, our bulk sizes will ensure that everyone can practice sun safety every day! Shop our online store now!

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