Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Giveaway-BullFrog Sunscreen

***Disclosure-Sample product was received.  All opinions stated are based on my own personal experience.

Fall is here.  Just because the temperatures get lower does not mean the sun goes away.  The sun will still be there and the ultraviolet rays can cause you skin damage if you do not protect yourself.

I like to run.  I have not been able to run ever since it got so hot outside.  But now I will be able to head outdoors again. 

A new study found that daily, year-round sunscreen use can significantly slow the skin's aging process by as much as 24 percent.*
Follow these sun protection tips from BullFrog:
· Limit sun exposure, particularly between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. when the sun's harmful UV rays are the strongest and most damaging to your skin
· Use a water-resistant, broad-spectrum SPF sunscreen with a value of 30 or higher
· Liberally apply sun protection 15 minutes before sun exposure
· Reapply every hour as needed, particularly after swimming or perspiring
· Your lips need protection, too—use an SPF 15 or higher lip balm
*Annals of Internal Medicine, June 4, 2013
According to the Melanoma Research Alliance, over the past 40 years, melanoma has increased 800% among young women and 400% among young men, so it's important to understand your risk.

We have to take care of our skin today.  Not only will we prevent wrinkles and possibly melanoma later.  Have you heard of BullFrog Sunscreen?  You know that surfer sunscreen?   It is oil-free.  BullFrog goes on clear and offers broad-spectrum sun protection in a durable water-resistant formula.  It has been engineered to stay put during sports and outdoor activities.  So protect yourself and your family no matter if the sun is hiding during the cold winter months.
I have a giveaway for you to win BullFrog sunscreen so you can be protected this winter.

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Rose-Marie said...

tons of walking and with lots of things to carry. Also hiking. I use sunscreen year round.

lilyk said...

I like to go to holiday gatherings.