Summer and outdoor fun is right around the corner!
My family and I have already started to make travel plans and they include sun, sun and more sun. A couple weeks ago, my little guy and I traveled to Florida for a blogging dream vacation. While the Florida sun isn’t scorching in April, the sun is strong and sun protection is a must have. Luckily, Coppertone sent us several of their new products to keep us protected.
Spring and Summer travel through the airports means that you have to be prepared. The TSA, Transportation Security Administration, has a strict rule that any liquid that comes through security must be 3.4oz or smaller.
This isn’t a problem with Coppertone’s new travel size lotions!
Coppertone is helping families with selection of a portable sun protection solutions:
- Coppertone Travel Lotions | Available in SPORT, Kids and Water Babies. Each sun block option comes in a tube size of 3.0 Oz or smaller, making them perfect for on the go protection for the whole family.
- Coppertone Sport Lip Balm SPF 30 | Lips need protection too! Specially after a long afternoon in the slopes or day of relaxation on the beach. This portable sun protection is the perfect size to slip into a pocket for a quick application on the go.
While we were protected with hats, SPF 50 rash guards and shirts, the face, legs and arms still need protection. We brought the Coppertone travel size collection with us to Florida and had no problems getting them through security.
It was great to have sun protection in small bottles for the trip and saved our luggage space for other important necessities. We have plenty left over after a 3 day vacation and will be well prepared for our next journey to California in May.
Before your Summer travels, check out the Coppertone Travel line at any nationwide food, drug, mass and Internet retailers. Grab a coupon from the Coppertone website for savings on your purchase!
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*Disclosure – Products were received from Coppertone to conduct this review. All thoughts are my own.