The summer is quickly coming to an end and we wanted to have a family morning volleyball game at the beach. In the morning the sun is not shining as bright, however the UV rays can still be quite strong. Since we have been spending so much time at the beach and the pool this summer we were almost out of sunscreen. The kids and I wanted to check out some paint samples for our room makeover so we picked up some new Johnson & Johnson Neutrogena Wetskin Sunscreen to try.
Having played years upon years of Volleyball I have rubbed off a little bit on Steve and the kids. They have all started to love the game just as much as I have. We quickly learned that we can't play with a traditional ball because of the possibility of the ball hitting the kids in the face so we play with a soft light ball. Steve and the kids played a game together for about an hour and had a blast together.
Before they started playing their game they applied the Neutrogena Wetskin sunscreen. It is the only company to have the Helioplex technology. You can apply it to wet or dry skin, sweatproof, waterproof, oil-free, PABA-free and has continuous spray.
"Avobenzone is one of the best UVA blockers approved by the FDA, but it is highly unstable when exposed to sunlight. Neutrogena was the first in the US market to introduce sun protection in which Avobenzone was stabilized using Oxybenzone and DEHN, effectively providing better, longer protection from harmful UVA rays. This breakthrough technology was called Helioplex®."
After we were done playing a fun game of volleyball together it was time to hit the water. We can swim together in the ocean no matter what the temperature is and still have a blast together. I did not come with my swimsuit on, yet still ended up diving in and having a great time with my family.
We always love to end our day at the beach with a little bit of park time. The kiddos end up being so nice and tired that they fall asleep on the way home.
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