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Blue Single Solar Buddies Refillable Roll On Sponge Applicator For Kids, Adults, Families, Travel Size Holds 100ml Travel Friendly for Sunscreen, Suncream and Lotions (Blue)

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Laura and Kelli’s most memorable mistake came after they were approached by a potential health sector client who wanted to work with them but felt their brand wasn’t quite ‘right’. The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. But soon after their arrival the weather was favourable enough to put our Solar Buddies to the test. Luckily, she recently came across a solution after watching an episode of Dragons' Den on BBC - the Solar Buddies Sunscreen Applicator.

The choice of sun protection to use in Solar Buddies is up to you, but we recommend using an alcohol free product. Solar Buddies is a sun safety teaching tool, although, we do advise that there is adult supervision to ensure even coverage.

The ease of the product claims that children can use the applicator with ease and mess-free; a great selling point for parents who want to give more independence to their children as they grow older. We also have lots of sun safety and skincare advice for babies and children in this comprehensive, doctor-led guide. These are going to be a regular feature in our Summer beach survival kit bag when we head to the beach this year, and I can see us having plenty of beach days as a result. When sunscreens get hot they become thinner than their original state, this means sprays and oils can become almost water like and this can sometimes result in leaking from the roller ball. Please Note – Parcels that are sent via Airmail may be be subject to additional taxes and customs charges.

And if your child has hair, it's so much easier to put it around their neck, their ears because normally, they end up with it everywhere. It has won the mums – who had no previous business experience – legions of fans among parents, and investment from Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden after they took it to Dragon's Den. Thicker creams can work but may need a little help getting to the roller ball, and coverage may not be as smooth. The applicator allows children to apply their own sunscreen, teaching them about sun safety, as well as independence.

But I think I’ve finally found the answer with an awesome child friendly sunscreen applicator in the form of Solar Buddies.

It is also advisable to avoid sun creams with high alcohol contents as they can affect the adhesive on the head. Fill your Solar Buddies applicator with 100ml of your chosen sunscreen (we recommend using an alcohol-free product). Also very good if your child doesn’t like to apply suncream as my boy now helps to put it on himself with this product. These will need replacing eventually and it is actually rather handy to have a spare should you want to wash out the sponge or change sun creams.

What was initially designed as a product to help teachers apply sunscreen to their students has now become an award-winning product that families love. Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going into the sun and reapply every 2 hours to ensure ongoing protection. The Solar Buddies applicator can be filled with a sun cream of choice, and the roller ball smoothly applies to the skin to avoid greasy hands. Please tick if you would like to receive news, offers and information from our trusted and carefully selected partners that we think you might like. We wanted to make them as user friendly as possible so they allow you to use a sunscreen of your choice.

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