A close up of a woman in a light pink bikini bathing suit applying sun screen to her legs for an article about sun care technology

FUN IN THE SUN – TECH DRIVEN SUN CARE

Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. It’s time to get ready for the great outdoors and to protect our skin from harmful sun rays. Technology drives new product sun care launches such as interesting applications, sunless tanning products, and protective sun gear.

Don’t like the feel of sunscreen? There is a myriad of sun care Rub Free Continuous Sprays such as Bull Frog and Hawaiian Tropic that are no touch applications. Banana Boat offers Dri-Blok™, a dri-powder technology that “goes on like lotion and dries like powder” in two formulas – Sport and Kids. Neutrogena features an Ultra Sheer™ Dry-Touch formula available in a variety of skus. If you don’t like sprays and lotions, try Spwipes, which are sun protection wipes that are water and sweat resistant with SPF 30.

Need a tan without the sun? Coppertone® Moisture Mist Tan Continuous Spray is a new sunless tanning product using the continuous spray technology. Lancôme offers a Flash Bronzer Glow ‘N Wear – Virtually Transfer-Free Tinted Self-Tanning Gel that dries in less than five minutes.

Need more than sunscreen? Try SunSafe® and Tuga swimwear and cover-ups with UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) 50+ for you and your kids. Just looking for a  hat? Coolibar offers a  variety of stylish hats with 98% UV blockers. If all else fails, try SolarSafe’s UV Monitor Wristbands that “warn you when to re-apply sunscreen and when to seek shade.”

Time to step outside? Let Trendincite custom-design a sunny trend excursion to enlighten your senses and inspire your new product ideas.

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