June 16, 2010

Sunscreen Lotion - Super Sensitive, 2.9 oz


During these hot summer days, it can be hard to enjoy the outdoors if your baby has extra sensitive skin. Experts say you should reapply sunscreen every two hours for maximum sun protection. If your baby has trouble tolerating lotions and creams, don't panic. There is protection designed with your baby in mind. California Baby is fragrance and chemical free, yet provides an SPF of 30. It is water resistant up to 80 minutes. You can even put it on your baby's face without worry. It will not sting your baby's eyes. Taking care of a little baby can keep you busy. At least you can mark sun protection off the list.

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May 27, 2010

Pool Alarms


As we approach the holiday weekend, many families will be opening their backyard pools. Summer is a time to celebrate and have fun, but don't forget safety. Drowning is a major killer of young children. Protect your little one with a pool alarm. This pool alarm will alert you if anything larger than 18 pounds falls into the water. It runs on a single 9 volt battery for about 1 year. There is no substitute for a parent's watchful eye, but at least with this alarm, you can get additional peace of mind.

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May 26, 2010

Tuffo Water-Resistant Outdoor Blanket with Carrying Case


It's easy to enjoy the outdoors with the right tools. Sometimes the right tool is a simple blanket. If you are having a picnic or just relaxing in the sun, you will want a strong, but comfortable blanket to sit on. This Outdoor Blanket is water resistant which makes it perfect for the beach, park or even sporting events. It even comes with its own travel case so when you are done having fun, it's easy to pack up and go home.

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May 25, 2010

Sun Smarties Infant Cabana and Cushioned Floor Mat


You know what they say, Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer. It's a great time to get prepared for playing outside and enjoying great weather. If you have young children, remember to provide plenty of sun protection. If your little one needs a break from the sun, a small portable cabana can do the trick. The fabric provides an SPF of 50+. There is plenty of ventilation to prevent overheating and there are privacy flaps for nap time. Now the whole family can get out and enjoy summer.

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May 24, 2010

California Baby Soothing & Healing Spray, 6.5 oz


Experts say sunscreen should be reapplied every 2 hours while playing outside. That's good advice, but even the most diligent parent can lose track of time or make a mistake. If your little one ends up with a painful burn, don't panic. There are ways to sooth the pain. California Baby Soothing & Healing Spray contains organic & sustainably grown ingredients including aloe and lavender. This spray comes out in a non sticky fine mist that won't irritate sunburned skin. Your little one will be asking to go back outside in no time.

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May 14, 2010

i Play Brim Sun Protection Hat, Pink Cherries


You can never have too much sun protection for your baby. The trick is getting them to keep a hat or sunglasses on. Lotion is easy. This i Play Brim Sun Protection Hat is adorable and safe for the sun. It has an extra wide brim and ruffle for added protection. The fabric provides SPF 50. Cute factor: unlimited.

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April 26, 2010

Sun protection for the summer


Summer is on its way. It's time to stock up on some traditional necessities and some new ones too. Start with sun lotion. Recently, experts have stated it can take up to 30 minutes for skin to properly absorb sun screen, start rubbing it on as soon as you plan to head outside. Johnson and Johnson is a name parents have trusted for generations. You can buy this water resistant SPF 40 sunscreen to keep your baby safe from the sun's rays while playing outside.


If your baby will tolerate wearing sunglasses, buy them. Of course, babies look hilarious in sunglasses, but it's important to get the right ones too. These sunshades from One Step Ahead block 100% of harmful UV rays and have a comfortable strap to help them stay put.


Head to toe, sun protection is important. The tops of feet are an often neglected area when it comes to sun protection. These little sun socks are light weight and comfortable, and also have an SPF of 50+.


So now you've got your protection...get out and have some fun!! Grab a pool float and get ready for some lazy days in the sun and a summer of memories.

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April 14, 2010

Sun Smarties Wrap Shades


When you are layering up your baby with sun protection this summer don't overlook your baby's eyes. It's true, even eyes need protection from the sun's rays. These wrap around glasses will sit snugly on your baby's face and provide 100% protection from UV rays. They are also shatter resistant, which is a great safety feature, but is also helpful if your little one decides to pitch them somewhere.

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April 7, 2010

Fire Chief Rain Coat


Kids love dancing and playing in the rain. It's fun, but it is important to make sure kids are dressed appropriately too. This Fire Chief Rain Coat will make any little boy wish for a rainy day. It's lightweight and fabric lined for comfort. Even better, you can go to the party store, buy a little fire hat and you have an inexpensive Halloween costume when the time comes.

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March 31, 2010

Sun Smarties Adjustable Swim Diaper


Swim diapers are expensive and unreliable. Yet most public pools require them. There's nothing worse than stocking up on swim diapers that you know won't fit next summer. If you want a more sanitary and cost effective solution, try these adjustable swim diapers. They contain waste better than disposables and meet public safety standards. Best of all, you'll know you won't be contributing to the 18 billion disposable diapers that fill our landfills each year.

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