Shady Day Daily Sun Protection Wipes make applying sunscreen super simple and really quick. Moms can just smear on sunscreen using the convenient wipe, and kids find themselves protected against the sun’s harmful rays in seconds. The pre-moistened wipe has a broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 sunscreen and goes on mess-free. Also, the award-winning sunscreen wipes have no artificial ingredients and even moisturize – perfect for gentle baby (or Mommy!) skin.
Here's what MotherTalk reviewers are saying about Shady Day Daily Sun Protection Wipes:
Sophistishe says: "Using these wipes make applying sunscreen on my antsy toddler much easier. Jayden loves wiping himself with wipes, so I am able to give him a wipe to occupy himself as I’m applying with another. Now, he and I don’t have to fight anymore and he no longer has to walk around with a an unattractive white glaze over his skin. They smell good too; clean and citrus-y. Satisfied I am."
Just My Life says: "Shady Day Daily SPF 30 wipes provide a convenient mess free way to apply broad spectrum UV protection. Hygenic pre-moistened sunscreen wipes are designed for the entire body with an absorbent formula leaving the skin feeling dry and smooth. Perfect for the whole family and people on the go!"
Oh Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy! says: "I used one wipe per child to be safe and then just reused one of them for myself. It did the job a lot quicker than normal and got us moving on to the fun. I think they're perfect for stashing in the car to have JUST IN CASE!!"
My Charmed Life says: "What we found was that these wipes make putting on sunscreen a breeze. Just wipe down the exposed skin and you're good to go. No messy creams or drippy lotions. They smell pleasant and didn't leave my hands feeling terribly greasy. We put them to the test at an outdoor party that lasted all afternoon. The only tan my fair skinned kids could ever hope to get is a fake one, it's pale or burned for them and I was thrilled to see that there wasn't a hint of sunburn at the end of the day. My husband used a sunscreen wipe before an all day beach field trip and again, no red skin in sight."
Red Sox Mommy says: "These wipes are so simple to use. They look just like a baby wipe and you simply wipe them over your dry face and body 30 minutes before going out in the sun and they provide UVA/UVB SPF 30+ protection! They're prefect for use on your kids before you send them to school. I know my daughter has at least a couple recess breaks a day and that means she's out in the sun. A simple wipe on her exposed skin before school leaves me feeling less worried about her being out in the sun's harmful rays."
Fun in the Sun says: "The wipes are generously sized and have a lovely, light citrus scent. They felt quite refreshing as we rubbed them on our skin, kind of cool and moisturizing. It was nice that our skin wasn’t shiny or greasy or smelling like a pina colada like most sunscreens leave you. I especially liked the wipes form for its ease of application (read the boys didn’t cry or squirm as I applied it to their faces) and its convenience and portability."
Bookroom Reviews says: "Nolan received a note from school everytime his kindergarten class was going outside on a field trip or outing last year that advised him to wear suncreen. He became so overwhelmed with the message that he developed a modest obsession with it for a while, and usually refused to go outside without putting some on. Thankfully, the new Shady Day Daily Sun Protection Wipes make it much easier and more efficient for him to apply sunscreen during the hot, sunny summer days in Iowa."
The BBM Review says: "I figured if they smelled this good and felt this awesome, they couldn't possibly work that well. But they did! No one who used a wipe got even a spot of sunburn the entire weekend at the beach. The wipes were large enough that they really lasted and the time it took to use the wipes was next to nothing compared to the time it takes to lotion up every part of the body with SPF goodness."
Gloria's Place says: "It was convenient to use these innovative wipes because they are easy to carry, much easier then bulky leaking bottles, and they are easy to use. Just pull one wipe out and rub it on the skin. That’s it and that quick. The protection is not oily or slippery or messy and it can be easily used on the face. The lotion in the wipes glides on very well and it smells good too, pleasant fragrance."
A Daily Dose of Toni says: "These are perfect for back to school. Each child can take a pack of the Shady Day Sun Protection wipes in their back pack and apply before going to P.E., on a field trip or during any outside activity. The package is small enough to keep with them wherever they are and small enough to fit in my purse so if we head to the park on a whim I am not worried that their skin isn’t protected."
Cuddle Cottage says: "Now, just before we pull out of the drive, I hand each of my diminutive passengers a sun protection wipe and they busy themselves wiping wherever they can on their bodies while I ferry them to the pool. Who would have thought they'd actually enjoying applying sunscreen!Once we're at the pool, it takes just a few mess-free minutes to finish getting all three girls sunscreened, then its into the pool with no fuss and a far less frazzled mama."
3Ps in a Pod says: "Recently Mom Central introduced me to a cool new product ~ Shady Day Daily Sun Protection Wipes. They are quick and convenient when you are at home or away. The product is award-winning and backed by a team of dermatologists. Each wipe is a gentle, moisturizing wipe that helps you apply broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 sunscreen without the mess that comes from the sprays or the slop that comes with the lotions."
Cool Moms Rule says: "In our own trial, Shady Day Daily Sun Protection Wipes met with unanimous approval; the guys liked them too. I loved the light scent and convenience, while the Rhino and his Dad felt the wipes were much easier to apply than sunscreen sprays, which typically gave them only spotty, unreliable coverage (too heavy and some spots and too light in others led to some really strange sunburn splotches. I've seen them come back from the beach looking like human checker boards)."