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SunBuddy Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator - Why

Why Need SunBuddy?

For Healthy, Sexy Backs

Let's face it, unless you're Stretch Armstrong, your back is not an easy place to reach.
If that alone is not enough and you need more reasons why you need the SunBuddy Lotion Applicator, here's a breakdown for you.

For Him

  • Flexibility isn't your friend

    - Your V-shaped torso and broad shoulders make it harder for you to reach certain areas.
  • Say goodbye to making awkward requests

    - Because you
    got 'SunBuddy'.
  • Stay within your comfort zone

    - Avoid invading your personal space.
  • Tan lines aren't sexy

    - Avoid the embarrassing shirt imprints on your skin.
  • Being sunburned isn't fun

    - It's uncomfortable, painful and dangerous to your health.
  • Shedding isn't cool

    - Help minimize your chances of getting burned.

For Her

  • Leather is nice, but not as skin

    - Dry or cracked skin is not sexy, help protected and hydrate your hard to reach areas.
  • Practice safe sun

    - Sunburns can damage your skin and cause health risks.
  • Have some "me" time

    - Enjoy a nice day at the pool or beach with your book, sunglasses and SunBuddy.
  • It's multi-functional

    - It can be used for sunscreen, lotions and topical ointments (need we say more).
  • It's precise

    - Have a small and hard-to-reach area you need to apply lotion to? SunBuddy has you covered.

Hard To Reach

SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - For Hard to Reach

Dry Skin

SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - For Dry Skin

Safe Sun Exposure

SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - For Safe Sun Exposure

Limited Mobility

SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - For Limited Mobility

Spray-on Sunscreen vs. Lotion

Spray-on sunscreen is quick and convenient but is comprised of lots of chemicals and questionable ingredients.
According to FDA Law Update, "the FDA plans to review the safety and effectiveness of sunscreen spray products. In particular, FDA will be considering the possibility and consequences of unintentional inhalation of spray sunscreens."

Although applying sunscreen lotion is a slower process, it's more economical (less expensive per ounce and does not get 'lost' in the wind), it lasts longer (harder to wipe off), and it's better for your skin (less questionable ingredients).