Hawaii Mom Blog: Ocean Potion Protect & Renew Review




September 4, 2014

Ocean Potion Protect & Renew Review

Disclosure: I received complimentary samples for review purposes.
I go through a lot of different types of sunscreens, but it wasn't until I received samples of Ocean Potion did I try a sunscreen that not only has ingredients to protect my skin, but also has ingredients to renew my skin.

I was fortunate to receive samples of Ocean Potion's Protect & Renew Face SPF35 and Protect & Renew Body SPF45.

About Protect & Renew Face: Ocean Potion Protect & Renew Face SPF 35 reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with patented collagen-boosting peptides and vitamin E that protects against free radicals generated by ultraviolet light. MSRP $8.99.

About Protect & Renew Body: For hands and body, Protect & Renew Body SPF45 brightens and evens skin tone with vitamin B3 and hydrating Pentavitin that lasts more than 72 hours. Both offer broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection, and are supple and natural to the touch, which is unusual for high SPF products. MSRP $8.99. Learn more at oceanpotion.com.

Since I'm not getting any younger, and skin care is really important to me these days, I love that the Protect & Renew sunscreen products contain ingredients that are good for my skin.  An anti-aging and sunscreen product in one?  Love it!

I also love that the products are fragrance-free, non-greasy, and easy to apply.

Both products are small enough to carry in your purse to make sure you never go without sunscreen, and the Protect & Renew Face is even small enough for you to carry on when traveling.

The products are water-resistant, although the Protect & Renew Body product is water-resistant for only 40 minutes, whereas the Protect & Renew Face is 80 minutes.  

Ocean Potion also offers other products, including sunscreen for babies, cooling lotions, and aloe vera gel.

Just because summer is almost over doesn't mean you no longer have to wear sunscreen.

Visit OceanPotion for more information on their product line.

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