Living in Florida, we can hardly go to the mailbox without getting a sunburn. It’s HOT here! Whether we are out on the boat, playing in the yard or out around town on an adventure, sunscreen is a “must” in our family. I was intrigued when I saw the advertisements for Neutrogena Wet Skin sunscreen, so when given the opportunity to try it out, I jumped at the chance.
Our local zoo has a splash park, so last weekend we packed our swimsuits, sunscreen and a picnic lunch and hit the road to see the animals and play in the waterpark too! Before we even left the parking lot, I lathered up the girls with Neutrogena Wet Skin. Their definition of “wet skin” is sweat, humidity and swim – and since we live in Florida, we’d be experiencing all three of those on our adventure, perfect time to try out this sunscreen.
The Neutrogena Wet Skin sunscreen comes in four SPF options – 30, 50 70+ (for kids) and 85+. Each of them are in spray bottles making it easy to apply directly to the skin. Personally, I only purchase sunscreen in the spray bottles, so kudos to Neutrogena for having this option. While I loved the spray and found it effective, as none of us ended up with sunburns, I thought the sunscreen was a little greasy. I appreciate that Neutrogena offers a “wet skin” sunscreen though and would certainly use it again.
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I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Neutrogena and received sunscreen and other Neutrogena products as a thank you for my participation.