Broad Spectrum Protection with Blue Lizard and a Blue Lizard Giveaway!

*This is a sponsored giveaway. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

Blue Lizard SunscreenBlue Lizard Australian sunscreen is the leader in broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection. They were founded in Australia which has the highest sunscreen standards in the world. Blue Lizard was the leader in broad spectrum sunscreen in Australia, and now they’re providing that same protection to us here in the states. My family gave it a try, and we were thoroughly impressed.

Broad Spectrum Protection That Delivers

It’s so important to use a high quality, broad spectrum sunscreen when you’re out and about. Did you know that a single sunburn during childhood can dramatically increase your chances of developing skin cancer later in life. It’s scary, but it’s true! Blue Lizard has been around for years, and for years, they’ve been providing top notch protection from the sun’s harmful rays.

Blue Lizard is now manufactured in the United States, but they’ve held onto the methods that they mastered down under. They use the most advanced formulations to ensure the most comprehensive broad spectrum sunscreen available today. Their clinically proven, broad spectrum UVA and UVB sunscreens are mineral-based, water resistant, and SPF 30+, which means that you and the family can enjoy all of your favorite activities without the fear of a burn.

Blue Lizard Benefits

Blue Lizard SunscreenBlue Lizard is the leader in broad spectrum sunscreen, with the most comprehensive UVA and UVB protection available. Their broad spectrum sunscreen is of the highest quality and offers benefits such as:

  • Adheres to strict Australian guidelines for broad spectrum protection
  • Water resistant
  • Mineral based to improve water resistance
  • Clinically proven advanced formulations for everyone including Sport, Face, Sensitive, and Baby
  • SPF 30+ protection
  • BPA-free Smart Bottle changes color when exposed to UV rays to remind you to put on your sunscreen
  • Most recommend broad spectrum sunscreen by pediatricians, dermatologists, and pharmacists

We Love Blue Lizard Broad Spectrum Protection

My family was hooked on Blue Lizard broad spectrum sunscreen from the moment we tried it. It goes on quickly and easily, and it’s HARD to get off! That’s great for a long day of fun in the sun and water. While all of their products are great, I was most impressed with their Sensitive and Baby lines. There are certain brands of sunscreen that my skin just can’t handle. I have put on certain brands, and it felt like hot molten death on my skin. I don’t want to repeat that! I also don’t want anything harsh on my youngest’s skin, so Sensitive and Baby are a perfect fit.

When I put on the Sensitive formula, it was nice and smooth. I had no burning or irritation at all, and it lasted quite a long time. The same thing can be said for their Baby formula as well. My daughter had no issues wearing it, and it protected her delicate skin wonderfully.

We had a day of fun in the sun with broad spectrum protection from Blue Lizard with nary a burn to be seen.  I love this stuff, and I think you will, too. Right now, you can use coupon code: P20MCHRON and get 20% off of orders of $35.00 or more – valid until 8/31/15.

Giveaway: In addition, my readers can win broad spectrum protection from Blue Lizard in the form of a 3 oz. Face, 3 oz. Sensitive, 3 oz. Sport, 2 Baby sachet samples and a color-change bracelet to let you know when to put on your sunscreen. It’s a value of $44.17.  

This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to visit Blue Lizard and let me know which product you would like to win in the comment section. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest filling them out to increase your chances of winning. 
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  1. says

    Right now our favorite is Neutrogena or Aveeno products. Those two any of us can use safely, so we don’t have to buy multiple brands.

  2. says

    Right now I dont really have a favorite. We use different brands and different kinds for various occasions. I would love to try this brand though! It sounds really good and for our fair skinned family, we need good protection.

  3. diane says

    we go through a ridiculous amount of sunscreen here in the south but I haven’t seen this brand yet. Will try to keep my eye out for it!

  4. Holly Oswald says

    Found out about Blue Lizard from a charter fishing captain – tried it and NO sunburn on a 8 hr fishing trip. Just took kids to Theme park for 12 hrs – NO sunburn and it was 90 degrees . LOVE Blue Lizard and no fights with the kids to put the sunscreen on as it does not burn there skin or face

  5. Jennifer Martin says

    I would love to win the blue lizard sensitive formula!! My husband has stage 4 melanoma and this is the ONLY sunscreen my family uses!!

  6. Jennifer P. says

    My favourite sunscreen is the sensitive because I need it for my older child’s skin. And in general I love waterproof/sweatproof sunscreen that has a nice smell and goes on easily.

  7. Annmarie W. says

    I don’t really have a favorite, although I don’t like anything that’s too coconut-y (like Hawaiian Tropic). I usually buy whatever is on sale…and I prefer lotion over the sprays (although my kids use the sprays).

  8. Abigail says

    We tried the Livestrong brand last summer and really liked it. The color changing bottle is a great idea!

  9. Jennifer M. says

    I choose whatever is on sale. The only names burned in my brain are Coppertone and Banana Boat. I do not have a favorite.

  10. Melissa Shirley says

    I usually get the one that is on sale. The last time I got sunscreen (last summer) I got the Walgreen’s spray on brand. I do like the No Ad brand too.

  11. jill rivera says

    Blue Lizard Australian® Sunscreen Face 5.0 oz is the procuct I would purchase because I try to stay out of the sun.

  12. Mildred says

    While I cannot be certain without trying Blue Lizard products, the one that I would prefer would probably would be the Blue Lizard Australian® Sunscreen Sensitive product that they offer

  13. Susan D says

    I do not have a favorite Blue Lizard product, since I have not tried their products yet. However, given a choice, it would depend on whether we are taking a trip or not. If we travel, it would probably be the Blue Lizard Australian® Sunscreen Sport 3.0 oz for beach use. If we stay at home, I would probably prefer the Blue Lizard Australian® Sunscreen Face 3.0 oz or the Blue Lizard Australian® Sunscreen Sensitive 3.0 oz for everyday use

  14. Catherine Wooster says

    I don’t really have a favorite,I usually just grab whatever I can afford….but,I do love the smell of Hawaiian Tropics.

  15. Sharonc says

    I do not have a favorite brand but I use high SPF waterproof products and I use products on my face that are specifically recommended for the face.

  16. Kelly says

    I like the BLUE LIZARD AUSTRALIAN SUNSCREEN REGULAR. I my family doesn’t burn like I do, so I think the regular would be perfect for us all.

  17. Rebecca Orr says

    I like the baby sunscreen. Even here in NY we get lots of sunny days in the spring and summer and we will need good coverage this year…especially for the baby!

  18. Sandra Watts says

    I don’t use sunscreen but I am looking for one for my son. He has very sensitive skin so I have to be careful what I use.

  19. Annamarie V says

    My favorite sunscreen product is Blue Lizard. We found it last fall when we were going on vacation, my husband has an allergy to most sunscreens and blue lizard is the one sunscreen he can now use without breading out.

  20. Ani says

    I usually use Badger or Coppertone Water Babies Pure & Simple, but I would want to try the Blue Lizard Baby and the Sport versions.

  21. Jessica Whitehouse says

    I don’t like greasy lotions. I prefer sprays because I can apply it quickly, before the kids can run away.


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