Coppertone Whipped Sunscreen Review and Giveaway Ends 2/25
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You all know that I'm a big advocate for sunscreen.  My grandmother, her sister, and her brother all had skin cancer, so I started using sunscreen daily when I was a teenager.  I used a facial moisturizer with sunscreen in it from the time I started wearing makeup in my teens.  Now at 36, my skin looks great for my age.  I'm really excited to be working with Coppertone to bring you a great giveaway for their new whipped sunscreens and their lip balm.

Coppertone Whipped Sunscreen Review and Giveaway

Coppertone just came out with a new line of whipped sunscreens.  As soon as I heard about them, I had to try them.  Being on a farm, we spend a lot of time outside.  I'm not crazy about the feel of sunscreen, but I deal with it because I know how important it is.  My kids, however, can not comprehend the benefits outweighing the risks.  The boys have sensory issues with their autism, so getting sunscreen on them is pure torture--for them and me!

I like the whipped sunscreen because it feels smooth when I apply it and absorbs quickly.  Since it feels light and not heavy like a cream sunscreen, my kids don't fight me quite as much.  It also smells like citrus, which is a nice bonus.  

My lips must be very sensitive to sunburn.  We can be outside all day as a family, and no one gets sunburned lips except me.  I started just keeping a lip balm in my car and in my purse so I always have some.  I like that this formula has vitamin E and aloe to moisturize my lips too.


Coppertone is giving away a Waterbabies SPF 50, Clearly Sheer Whipped, and a Sport Lip Balm for one of my lucky readers!  Enter below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

Must be 18 or older and live in the United States.  Void where prohibited by law.

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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.