With so much new information about the potential dangers of some mainstream sunscreen ingredients, how do parents know what’s best and safest for their family?
San Luis Obispo, California (PRWEB) April 25, 2011
It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and families everywhere are looking for an amazing sunscreen that provides safe, full-spectrum protection for their children and themselves. But which do they choose? With so much new information about the potential dangers of some mainstream sunscreen ingredients, how do parents know what’s best and safest for their family?
Well, according to Babble.com, the award-winning online magazine, community, and resource for new progressive parents, Original Sprout’s Face & Body SPF is the “Best Sunscreen for the Family.” Babble editor and licensed esthetician, Stevee Curtis chose Original Sprout because it is safe, provides UVA & UVB protection and goes on clean. Also, it’s “biodegradable, contains no nano particles, and is formaldehyde-free, keratin-free, gluten-free, and soy-free.”
“I’m excited and grateful for Babble’s award for a couple of reasons,” says Original Sprout founder, Inga Tritt. “One, as a mom I created a company that makes safe, family-friendly products that everyone enjoys! Two, I use our SPF everyday and love how young and healthy my skin looks and feels. I’m thrilled the millions of new parents that read Babble every month have found Original Sprout!”
Original Sprout (http://www.originalsprout.com) is a family-run company based in San Luis Obispo, California. Founded by mother and master stylist, Inga Tritt, the company provides family-friendly, natural hair and skin care products for babies and adults. The products are sold worldwide and include ultra-moisturizing shampoos, conditioners, styling products, lotions, and an amazing SPF.
Babble.com was founded in 2006 and has become the go-to site for hip, progressive parents nationwide. It has received several awards and accolades, and was named one of the top websites of 2010 by Time. The site receives an average of 5 million unique visitors every month.