Based on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland, we have some of the best of the Australian weather with sunshine almost all year round and temps in the 20+ for most of it too; so we must be very vigilant with our sunscreen application and about teaching our kids its importance too. SLIP SLOP SLAP was a big campaign back in the day and its message still rings very true.
Solar Buddies were born out of the need to find an easier way for parents to sunscreen their children. To stop wrestling crocodiles and make it fun. We wanted to give independence without the mess, the fight, the fuss and the drama that kids give when the sunscreen bottle appears.
Solar Buddies sunscreen applicators are Designed by Mums, for Kids!
This sunscreen applicator is unique because it has been designed specifically as a refillable 100ml applicator that allows you to use a sunscreen of YOUR choice. Whilst we cannot call ourselves officially an Eco product, we are conscious that we are able to reduce plastic waste by eliminating the need to buy several small tubes or bottles of sunscreen and our units are recyclable.
With Solar Buddies you can buy just one large pump action bottle of sunscreen or even just make your own and refill your solar buddies sunscreen applicator over and over again.
The shape of the bottle is chunky so it is easy for any hand to grip; with its sponge and roller-ball partnership, it allows for easy coverage with less mess and no waste due to its controlled flow and thankfully that means NO MORE MESSY HANDS!
Furthermore, the Solar Buddies are also a great sun safe teaching tool to allow your children to understand the importance of protecting their skin. However, we always recommend adult supervision when your child is applying their own sunscreen to make sure of complete coverage.
My little people and their friends love using their solar buddies as you can see from the pictures on our socials..
My biggest problem now is who wants to use the pink one and who gets to go first!! :)
Grab yours today. Pink Blue or Green..??