19 Mar '13, 4pm

Clarins Sunscreen Stick: Mom-Tested, Kid-Approved: After eight sun-soaked days in Puerto Rico, I’m a certifie...

Clarins Sunscreen Stick: Mom-Tested, Kid-Approved: After eight sun-soaked days in Puerto Rico, I’m a certifie...

After eight sun-soaked days in Puerto Rico, I’m a certified sunscreen expert. When it comes to kids, you’ve got to spray it on their bodies as they run past you and hold them down when applying to their face. As they sweat, surf, and swim, nothing feels worse than sunscreen running into their eyes, though, so you might meet some resistance. They may not be thinking about aging and free radicals just yet, but they definitely don’t want to walk into school on Monday with a beet-red, peeling face so just remind them of that. After trying all the supposed “child” sunscreens, I’m back to using Clarins for my son’s face. It’s an all-natural formula, so if your skin is sensitive to SPF products, you shouldn’t have a problem. Every two hours, I apply liberally all over his cheeks, neck, ears, nose, and under-eye area. The tricky part is the forehead – I only apply to the periphera...

Full article: http://www.beautysnob.com/2013/03/clarins-sunscreen-stick...

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