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Quik Stick Face Sunscreen

Sunscreen Sticks for On-the-Go Adventures: Compact and Portable Protection

The great outdoors beckon with their promise of adventure, whether it's a spontaneous hike through a lush forest, a thrilling day at the beach, or a leisurely stroll in your local park. These moments of connection with nature invigorate the soul and recharge our spirits. But as we immerse ourselves in these outdoor escapades, we mustn't forget the importance of safeguarding our skin from the sun's potent rays. Enter Bullfrog and our innovative solution tailored for the intrepid explorer.  In this blog, we delve into the world of these compact and portable sun protectors, exploring their features, benefits, and why...

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Waterproof Sunscreen | Bullfrog Amphibious Moisturizing Lotion Sunscreen

Waterproof Sunscreen for Sports, Swimming, and More Waterproof sunscreen is a must-have for anyone who plans to spend time in or near water, whether it's swimming, surfing, biking, kayaking, hiking or simply lounging on the beach. This type of sunscreen is specially formulated to resist water and sweat, ensuring that it stays on your skin and provides protection from harmful UV rays, even when you're in the water. Choosing a waterproof sunscreen is important because regular sunscreen can easily wash off in water, leaving your skin unprotected and increasing your risk of sunburn and skin damage. When using waterproof sunscreen,...

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Hawaii Act 104 Reef Compliant

Hawaii Act 104 Reef Compliant Sunscreen

As of Jan. 1, 2021, Hawaii bans the sale of sunscreen containing two coral-harming chemicals called oxybenzone and octinoxate under Act 104. While most Hawaiians were already doing their part to protect ocean life by avoiding products containing these chemicals, Act 104 helps to ensure that tourists don't unwittingly pick up environment-harming sunscreens at stores and resorts. Don't buy your next bottle of sunscreen before learning the difference between Hawaii Act 104 reef-compliant sunscreen and regular sunscreen.  What's so bad about oxybenzone and octinoxate? It's believed that oxybenzone and octinoxate contribute to coral bleaching. The stress placed on bleached coral...

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