Rocky Mountain Sunscreen Launches Annual Spring Stock-Up Sale on Premium Bulk Sunscreen Lotion

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Every March, Rocky Mountain Sunscreen promotes their Spring Stock Up sale, which offers additional savings to customers that purchase kids sunscreen lotion in bulk. This is a great opportunity for child care centers, schools, and summer camps to prepare for the coming season.

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Our sunscreen is ideal for large groups of kids. Not only do we provide a cost-effective solution with our bulk pricing and sales, we also have a product that will exceed quality expectations.

Beginning March 1st and running through the end of the month, Rocky Mountain Sunscreen will hold its annual spring stock-up sale at RMSunscreen.com, which offers 20% off gallon and quart pump dispensers of premium sunscreen lotion, already bulk-reduced pricing. Along with its original formula, Rocky Mountain Sunscreen offers natural and oxybenzone-free formulas. RMS provides the superior protection needed by outdoor athletes, children, and those with sensitive skin.

Purchasing large supplies of kids sunscreen for the warm weather season can be costly. With the savings on Rocky Mountain Sunscreen bought in bulk, plus an additional 20% discount in March, child care centers, camps, schools, and other organizations can save significantly. Those that host large groups of children for outdoor activities will recognize the most savings from this sale and will also be very pleased with the superior quality of Rocky Mountain Sunscreen.

"Our sunscreen is ideal for large groups of kids. Not only do we provide a cost-effective solution with our bulk pricing and sales, we also have a product that will exceed quality expectations. This sunscreen is safe for all skin types, utilizes a formula that offers maximum protection, and is made from natural and safe ingredients. It's really the best solution," states David Erickson, owner of Rocky Mountain Sunscreen.

The original Rocky Mountain Sunscreen features a bonding based formula as opposed to the wax- or film-based sunscreens commonly available. The bonding base means that the sunscreen lotion interweaves with the top layer of skin for improved protection, even with perspiration or exposure to water. Yet, since this sunscreen allows greater breathability, it is safer for kids. New to the RMS family are options for all natural and oxybenzone free sunscreen.

"Whether you run a camp with hundreds of children or just happen to own a popular neighborhood pool, you'll realize significant savings with Rocky Mountain Sunscreen. You'll also have peace of mind, knowing each and every kid is more than sufficiently protected from the harmful UVA/UVB rays," adds Erickson.

Rocky Mountain Sunscreen lotion is available in different formulas to accommodate specific skin and/or allergy needs:

  •     SPF 30, Original Bonding Base Formula: Free of PABA, fragrance, wheat, gluten, glycol, and nut oils
  •     SPF 35, Oxybenzone Free: Free of PABA, fragrance, wheat, gluten, and nut oils
  •     SPF 50, Titanium Dioxide: Free of PABA, fragrance, wheat, gluten, and nut oils
  •     SPF 70, Avoguard: Free of PABA, fragrance, and nut oils

Rocky Mountain Sunscreen products and bulk and spring stock-up sale pricing can be found at RMSunscreen.com website.

About Rocky Mountain Sunscreen:
In 1989, David Erickson set out to solve the problem of sun-burning among skiers in Keystone, Colorado. After three years in research and development with expert chemists, the first bottle of Rocky Mountain Sunscreen was shipped, December 1992. Rocky Mountain Sunscreen, almost 20 years later, still endeavors to make scientific advancements in sun protection for outdoor athletes, people with sensitive or special needs skin, children, and others. The mission of Rocky Mountain Sunscreen is to provide the highest quality sun protection products available in easy-to-use packaging. Through education and marketing, Rocky Mountain Sunscreen is advancing skin protection to help people maintain healthy skin throughout their lives.

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