Summer Camp Checklist Sunbow Sunscreen Collection

I love the Sunbow Sunscreen line its so great for kids! The color change of the lotion is a great distraction for kids who don’t like sunblock and all of my kids love the Bubble Gum scent. The Sunbow Sunscreen Spray is so easy to apply and it kept my super fair kids protected all day in the sun!

Color War, bunk 4 and friends galore are all synonymous with the summer camp season. This year, as your pack your child with the summer camp essentials, don’t forget Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob Square Pants Sunscreen from Sunbow. With an exciting range of colored creams, sprays and sun sticks, kids will actually want to apply SPF all day long. With campers far from home, parents can find comfort in the all natural Sunbow formulas, knowing that campers will want Dora and SpongeBob to make an appearance at least once a day!

Whether taking group adventures in the woods or splashing around in the pool, Sunbow Sunscreen is a fun and effective way to be safe outdoors. Each bright colored formula is gentle on the skin, applied in a color and then drying clear, offering maximum protection from UVA/UVB rays.

Sunbow Sunscreen Spray ($9.99)
· SPF 30
· Provides a non Oxybenzoate formula with Homosalate (Organic Compound)
· Antioxidant protection
· Continuous hydration
· Bubble gum fragrance
· Sponge Bob SquarePants (yellow formulas), Dora the Explorer (pink and blue formulas)

Sunbow Sun Stick ($7.99)
SPF 45
Antioxidant protection
Continuous hydration
Bubble gum fragrance
Sponge Bob SquarePants (yellow formula) and Dora the Explorer (pink formulas)

Sunbow Zinc Oxide Cream ($12.99)
SPF 30
Free of Oxybenzone and Octinoxate
Zinc Oxide Formula
Natural UVA and UVB Protection
Dora the Explorer (pink formula) and Sponge Bob Square Pants (yellow formula)

Sunbow products are available at www.sunbowsunscreen.com and www.drugstore.com.


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Eva Mendes for Theirry Mugler fragrance!

Eva Mendes has been named the new face of Thierry Mugler’s iconic fragrance, as well as fragrances to come.

The campaign–which was shot in Prague–features the actress (in a custom Mugler dress) singing with an orchestra. Though this wasn’t the initial concept for the commercial: When Mendes was prepping for the shoot she found inspiration by singing along to “The Windmills of Your Mind,” the song that was chosen for the campaign. Everyone on set loved it so much they decided to incorporate her singing into the commercial. Mendes will use her voice again when she stars as the famed opera soprano Maria Callas in an upcoming biopic. But singing isn’t a newly-acquired talent–if you’ll remember back to 1998, she was actually one of the convertible-driving girls in Will Smith’s at one time omnipresent “Welcome To Miami” video, chiming in with the occasional “Bienvenido a Miami.” While the commercial isn’t airing until September, we’ve got behind the scenes footage.

What a beautiful ad! Watch the video below!


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Heidi Klum to design a jewelry line for QVC!

Wow! Heidi Klum is everywhere right now! From hosting ‘Project Runway’ to launching her debut fragrance, where does this super-mom find the time for anything new?

Heidi Klum has a new fashion venture—a jewelry line with QVC! The model-turned-mogul titled her 35-piece costume jewelry collection Wildlife by Heidi Klum, and designs include cocktail rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets ranging in price from $20 to $300. “All of the pieces are statement pieces,” Klum told WWD of her line. Wildlife by Heidi Klum debuts September 8th during QVC’s special Fashion’s Night Out broadcast from Manhattan.

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Beauty Trends your afraid to try?

I love the look of red lipstick but never have the nerve to wear it. The few times I’ve tried I always wimp out and wipe it off right before I leave my house. Is there a beauty look you have always loved but been afraid to try? A short pixie cut, Brazilian bikini wax, dark smoky eyes?

Come join the discussion and tell us a trend you have always been afraid to try.


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