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Coppertone UltraGuard Sunscreen Compliment - Great Product - Continuous Spray--30 SPF

Review by 47836 on 2008-05-18
WASHINGTON -- I have been using sunscreen for years when I go out to exercise or work in the garden--not to mention the occasional beach vacations.

I tried this product recently and loved it. You can spray it from any direction and reach your back and everywhere else that may be hard to reach. It is also waterproof and not oily once it dries.

I was amazed at how evenly it went on and it is a no-rub clear spray that dries pretty quickly. And, I spent a long time in my yard yesterday--in the 90's--without so much as a hint of a burn. I have to add that I use another product on my face.

I'm sold on this product. I used 30 SPF, but it also comes in other protection levels, as well. Check it out!
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-05-18
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-18:
Thanks, Dianec! I burn very easily, due to my HTN meds...I will certainly give this a try.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2008-05-18:
Good Info...thanks...I do burn easily and I always try to stay in the shade because of it. Maybe now, I can use this product and come out of the dark! LOL!
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-18:
Thanks Diane, think we will need it this year. It hit 99' again her today!
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-18:
I hope you all find it works as well for you as it did for me. Believe me, I have tried a lot of products and before this I used Banana Boat Sport, 30 SPF. It worked, but such a hassle!

For those of you that burn easily, you probably want the higher SPF they make. I tan pretty easily, but I still don't want a burn to go with it and I do what I can to protect my skin.

superbowl--That is pretty hot for where you live--I'm sure my sister is not enjoying it either. We were in the mid-70's today--just about perfect.

Thanks for your comments!
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2008-05-18:
So...how is it when you try to spray your own back...I would guess it would be held upside down, making it difficult to get anything out of it? Or am I wrong?
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-18:
Alley--Use it at home before you leave--all sunscreens work better when you apply them before you go out. Otherwise, go into a restroom or somewhere you are protected from the wind. But, I do see how it could be a problem if you are unable to get out of the wind.

DB--It sprays at any angle--that's the beauty of it.

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