GlitterTots Sparkle Screen #Review cc @SparkleScreen

We received some GlitterTots Sparkle Screen in the mail so I asked my friend Jaime to try some on her daughter and tell me what she thinks. Here’s what she thought:
This summer we are on the go all the time in the sunshine! I know how important it is to keep the kids safe when we’re out and about, but sunblock is never exciting is it??

Introducing GlitterTots, makers of Sparkle Screen!!
My daughter is a lover of all things sparkly, and so she was so excited to try her new sunscreen! (And she loved her sparkle bracelet!) The sunscreen was smooth and creamy with little sparkles built in for fun! It smelled super yummy too!

She was covered head to toe in no time! I love all the research that has gone into this product. Sparkle Screen is full of all-natural products and cosmetic grade glitter that is totally safe! Better yet, it has only been tested on children, so you can feel confident using it on your children.

Sparkle Screen is made in the USA by a team of two moms and is BPA free! It is full of antioxidants to protect kids’ skin and protect against UVA and UVB rays.

You can get your own Sparkle Screen on their website! It’s currently on sale, so grab some today!
– Jaime

Disclosure: We were provided with Sparkle Screen to facilitate this review. All opinions are our own! All images by Jaime Jenkins.

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About Sparkle Screen:
Created by two moms, Sparkle Screen is made in the USA from natural ingredients, has an SPF 30+, a fresh scent, natural color and best of all—it sparkles! It makes sunscreen fun for toddlers, tweens, teens and anyone who wants to sparkle while protecting their skin from sun damage. “We created Sparkle Screen because we wanted a sunscreen that kids wanted to wear. After years of struggling to get my girls to apply regular sunscreen they now beg for it, ” says co-founder Dianna Akers. The glitter is non-aluminum, BPA free, Paba and Paraben free and contains only natural broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection: Titanium Dioxide and Non-nano Zinc Oxide.


A review by Jaime Jenkins. Jaime blogs at Polkadots on Parade. She loves babies, food, and crime TV. Jaime is hopelessly addicted to the internet and thinks living in Orange County is like being on vacation all year round!

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