WIN IT! MDSolarSciences Gift Pack $150 Value

Win It! MDSolarSciences Giveaway Approximately $150 Value !

Includes: SPF Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Stick, Tinted Mineral Screen Gel, Ultra Mineral Screen Gel (Clear), Mineral Screen Lotion, Quick Dry Body Spray. ENTER RAFFLECOPTER BELOW

Celebrity mom Julianne Moore boasts wrinkle-free skin and touts sunscreen as the reason. Gwen Stefani was spotted recently slathering her sons Kingston and Zuma in sunscreen during a day at the park.

We all know that busy moms are notorious for making sure their kids are wearing sunscreen and aren’t
as disciplined at using it on themselves and that’s why the brand MDSolarSciences is such a great find!
Their line of products include mineral screen lotions, natural mineral sunscreen sticks, a KidStick,
mineral tinted gels, and a quick dry body spray in SPFs ranging from 30 through 50+.

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Sunscreen, which should be a year-round ritual, is important beyond a superficial standpoint: one in five
Americans will develop skin over the course of a lifetime.

“A lot of people think to use sunscreen only in the summer months and don’t think of using sunscreen in
November despite the warm and sunny weather,” explains Scott Friedman, VP of Sales and Marketing
for MDSolarSciences. “Seasons change but UVA rays remain constant.” UVA rays are the rays
responsible for the signs of aging while UVB rays are responsible for causing the skin to burn and are
responsible for most skin cancers. That’s why it’s important to wear sunscreen in all seasons as the UV
levels can still be high.”

As a mom, what I love about MDSolarsciences is they don’t just offer an array of products that are high-
quality and kid-friendly, they have a really easy-to-use website that offers great information about sun
protection as well as a handy UV guide that I have become addicted to. Just go herehttp:// and plug in your zip code or the zip code you will be
visiting and it will tell you the UV number in your area.

With their high quality products and great website as a resource, MDSolarsciences has been catching
the online attention of Vogue.comWomen’s Health, Allure and Real Simple, among others.

Unlike many brands that claim to protect against UV Rays, MDSolarsciences sunscreens protect against
both UVA and UVB rays and their products not only live up to US standards but European Colipa as well.
Their Scientific Advisory Committee of prominent dermatologists, plastic surgeons, medical and surgical
oncologists, pediatric and adolescent medical specialists and physicians of other related branches round
out the contributing panel to their patent-pending sunscreens and research.

Moms know that the way sunscreen feels is important too. A 5 year-old will wipe off sunscreens that
feel super-greasy on their hands and face… and they will usually do it on the back of your sweater or
pants. So from the way the product feels on the skin to the high-quality ingredients made for even
sensitive skin needs, MDSolarsciences is ideal for rosacea, acne, eczema, and psoriasis because of its
light, non-oily application. The other bonuses are that the proprietary ingredients were formulated by
doctors and the tinted moisturizer is a brilliant makeup primer as well!

Check out their product line, which includes mineral screen lotions, natural mineral sunscreen sticks, a
KidStick, minteral tinted gels, and a quick dry body spray in SPFs ranging from 30 through 50+.

Zoe Alexander

Zoe Alexander was born in Los Angeles. She is a veteran entertainment and fashion journalist who has been an on-air personality for NBC's "Weekend Today Show," Fox-5's "Good Day New York," and various shows on E!, WE and TV GUIDE Network. She has been a reporter and editor for popular newspapers and magazines including Us Weekly, New York Daily News, Newsday, Star Magazine, Life& Style, In Style and guest-starred on Fox's TV drama "Rescue Me." She is also the co-author of a book with Tina Knowles (Beyonce's mom) called "Destiny's Style: Bootylicous Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle Secrets from Destiny's Child."

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