Latest

Is Your Sunscreen Doing More Harm Than Good? - Retro Housewife Goes Green

retrohousewifegoesgreen.com

Sunscreen is important for keeping your skin free of damage and preventing cancer. However, not all sunscreen is equal. Thinksport is sponsoring this post to help you learn about the harmful ingredients in many sunscreens and about safer options. I’m very fair skinned and burn easily. I’ve even been...

"If you have tried mineral sunscreens in the past you may have found them to leave white residue, I haven’t found that to be the case with Thinksport. It rubs in quickly and easily. It’s also water resistant so great for the pool and sports when you may get sweaty. I will never go back to conventional sunscreens after switching to mineral based sunscreen. It works and I don’t have to worry about the ingredients." Great review by Retro Housewife Goes Green! Read the full story here: http://retrohousewifegoesgreen.com/sunscreen/

Little House Living

Putting a little sunscreen on my babies before we head outside again to work on our garden beds. thinkbaby thinksport is my go-to sunscreen this year because it's natural (zinc based!) and unscented. Perfect for or sensitive skin. http://bit.ly/2pyl0Tw #ad

Thanks for the great post on our safe, non-toxic sunscreen Little House Living!

Mom Blog Society

Thinkbaby’s Award-Winning Mineral-Based Sunscreen Now Available as a Convenient Sunscreen Stick thinkbaby thinksport https://goo.gl/6z3eaS AD

“With safety as our top priority, we wanted to make sure our non-toxic sunscreen was easy to carry and apply on the road, during a sporting event, or just preparing for a day in the sun,” said Kevin Brodwick, Founder of Thinksport and Thinkbaby. “The oval sunscreen stick is the perfect size for storing in your front pocket, purse or diaper bag.”

"Healthy sunscreens are notorious for turning your skin white when applied, which it should. However, this sunscreen absorbs so well into my skin and leaves no residue or trace of application. And it smells AMAZING!" Thank you Blushing Black for the amazing review of our safe, non-toxic sunscreens! Full review: bit.ly/TheBestSunscreen

Spring is the season of new beginnings—including budding baby bumps and little ones blossoming on their own. We sure think that's reason to celebrate! Enter now to win Motherly's Babies in Bloom giveaway, featuring nearly $4,000 in prizes from thinkbaby thinksport, Motherly and many more amazing companies! For details and to enter, visit http://www.mother.ly/motherlyloves/babies-in-bloom-sweepstakes?utm_source=thinkbaby&utm_medium=social by April 12. Good luck!

Thinksport Natural Deodorant Buy 3 Get One Free

shop.gothinkbaby.com

Thinksport Natural Deodorant Buy 3 Get One Free-Thinksport Natural Deodorant, Buy Three Get One FreeThinksport, the leaders in safe, non-toxic products, is excited to announce the release of our all natural deodorant. On the heels of our award-winnin

We're excited to announce the launch of all 5 of our scents! Buy 3 and Get 1 Free! The Holy Grail of Natural Deodorant!! http://shop.gothinkbaby.com/Thinksport-Natural-Deodorant-Buy-3-Get-One-Free_p_716.html

Wouldn't it be great if we expanded our natural deodorant line to include some additional scents? We'll just leave this image right here...coming very soon...like in two weeks. The Holy Grail of Natural Deodorant. #natural #naturaldeodorant #Thinksport

Thinkbaby Safe Sunscreen SPF 50+, Thinksport Kids Safe Sunscreen SPF 50+ and Thinksport Safe Sunscreen SPF 50+ are now available in a convenient sunscreen stick! “With safety as our top priority, we wanted to make sure our non-toxic sunscreen was easy to carry and apply on the road, during a sporting event, or just preparing for a day in the sun,” said Kevin Brodwick, Founder of Thinksport and Thinkbaby. “The oval sunscreen stick is the perfect size for storing in your front pocket, purse or diaper bag.” Learn more: bit.ly/2nx1hSp

New study released:"Most people have phthalates in their bodies as the chemicals are used widely in vinyl flooring, cosmetics, detergents, lubricants and food packages." , Sathyanarayana said.“We need to ask ourselves if we are adequately protecting the public” when it comes to phthalates in consumer products, said lead author Dr. Sheela Sathyanarayana, an associate professor at the University of Washington Department of Pediatrics. "Despite growing evidence that phthalates are endocrine disruptors and can alter human hormones at low doses, they’re still pumped into our goods: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates more than 470 million pounds of phthalates are produced each year." As a start, we recommend urging product companies to do away with clear plastic windows on products sold, it also creates needless waste.