About this item
- Neutrogena Beach Defense fast-absorbing body sunscreen lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 70
- Sunscreen lotion features an oxybenzone-free formula & helps prevent sunburns when used as directed
- Beach-strength formula with Broad Spectrum SPF 70 that can stand up to outdoor activity
- Stabilized with Helioplex technology that provides superior protection against UVA/UVB rays
- Fast-absorbing SPF 70 sunscreen lotion formula is lightweight, oil-free and PABA-free
- Ideal for active families, lotion keeps skin protected against the signs of sun damage
- Neutrogena Beach Defense sunscreen lotion formula is water-resistant for up to 80 minutes
- Optimal sun protection from the #1 dermatologist-recommended suncare brand
PurposeSunscreen, Sunscreen, Sunscreen, Sunscreen..
DirectionsApply generously 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply: After 80 minutes of swimming or sweating; immediately after towel drying; at least every 2 hours. Sun Protection Measures: Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. To decrease the risk, regularly use a sunscreen with a Broad Spectrum SPF value of 15 or higher and other sun protection measures including: limit time in the sun, especially from 10 am - 2 pm; wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, hats, and sunglasses.
Children Under 6 Months of AgeAsk a doctor.
Other informationProtect this product from excessive heat and direct sun. May stain some fabrics.
Question or comments?800-299-4786
Q: can this be used on the faxe?
A: Hi Nina, our Beach Defense Sunscreen Lotion is suitable for being used on your face. Just make sure to avoid your eyes!submitted byJohnson & Johnson - 1 year agoBrand expert
A: Hey Nina, The N9eutrogena Beach Defense Lotion SPF70 is best on the body. For real-time answers to all your beauty questions, use the “Chat with a Virtual Beauty Consultant” button on any beauty product page.submitted byTarget Beauty Consulting - 1 year agoBrand expert
Q: Is the formula of this sunscreen reef safe?
A: Recent evidence reiterates the broad scientific perspective that coral decline is being accelerated due to global warming, ocean acidification, physical disturbance and the spread of invasive species. Evidence does not support the conclusion that sunscreen is driving or exacerbating coral decline or preventing coral recovery. We hope this helps!submitted byJohnson & Johnson - 2 months agoBrand expert