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KINeSYS Sunscreen - Review with Giveaway!

Monday, May 24, 2010 Posted by Rita A

Ahhhh Sunny Southern California - wait it is almost June and we have not seen hardly any bright sunny days all spring. We are in the middle of the May Grays and then the June Gloom comes in from the marine layer. The sun may peek out in the mid afternoon when the layer burns off. When it does come out we need sunscreen. Our family is pretty much outdoors in the pool the entire summer. It is very important to be protected by a good sunscreen.

KINeSYS Performance Sunscreens are formulated for everyone in the family. Courtesy of KINeSYS, I was sent two formulations to sample in the Calirfornia sun. Wish we had sun lately. What I like about the spray sunscreens of KINeSYS is the scent. I find the scent very pleasing of the SPF30 Spray. It is light and tropical scented to me. I was correct in the tropical scent, the SPF30 spray sunscreen is light mango scented. The Kids Spray Sunscreen is unscented. What is more important about KINeSYS Sunscreen is what is NOT in it. KINeSYS is alcohol-free, oil-free and preservative-free. The usual skin irritants have been replaced with more sophisticated ingredients. KINeSYS products meet all the characteristics of a true performance sunscreen.

Using the KINeSYS spray is very easy to apply. The sunscreen is a microspray with a fine mist, which dries quickly, leaving no mess. The spray is water and sweat resistant. You can feel confident in the protection KINeSYS provides. The formula is antioxidant UVA/UVB protection and has been tested by dermatologists. Hypoallergenic / Non-comedogenic makes it skin friendly. I liked the feel of the spray on my skin. There is no greasy feeling at all. When you spray it on your skin, it goes on so light you do not feel a dampness. To apply properly, while spraying, sweep the bottle across the body part to distribute the spray evenly. Don't forget the ears and the neck! Each bottle size contains many applications of product. The 1oz bottle provides over 170 sprays and the 4oz bottle contains over 700 sprays. The microspray provides very good coverage so a little goes a long way. There are many formulations available for particular skin types. KINeSYS also offers Sun Care Kits containing a variety of products for the entire family or for the perfect sun protection needs.

You can purchase KINeSYS Performance Sunscreen directly online. They do accept Paypal and have a free shipping offer for orders over $45.00. For your summertime fun make sure you are protected from the sun with KINeSYS Sunscreens.

Stay connected with KINeSYS on these social medias:
Twitter - KINeSYS_Inc
Facebook - KINeSYS Inc.

***Giveaway Closed***
Here is your chance to win! KINeSYS is providing to ONE lucky reader - A 4oz Hydrating Moisturizer w/SPF 15 and a 1oz Kid’s SPF 30 spray. Thanks KINeSYS.

Mandatory Entry (First entry)
--Visit KINeSYS and tell me in a comment something you learned about Suncare.
--Include your email address (if not public in a profile) so I can contact you if you win.

Additional optional entries: Eligible after completing mandatory entry above: You can do any or all of the following for one entry each. Please leave a separate comment for each that you have done.

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--Follow me on Twitter. Current followers are eligible too, just leave a comment saying that you are a twitter follower.

--Tweet about this giveaway and leave a link to your tweet (Can tweet once daily).

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--FOR 5 EXTRA ENTRIES - Write a blog post about this giveaway, with a link to my blog. Come back and leave the link to your blog post. Post FIVE separate comments that you've blogged about this.

--FOR 5 MORE ENTRIES - Make any purchase from KINeSYS. Post FIVE separate comments about your purchase. Subject to verification.

Giveaway ends on June 4th at 11:59 PM Pacific time. Open to Continental US addresses only. No PO Boxes. Winner will be chosen by random.org and contacted by email. Please respond in 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. To be fair to everyone, comments not meeting requirements will be deleted. Rules.

Many thanks to KINeSYS for providing the review sample and giveaway product.

Disclosure: I received gratis samples for this review. No monetary compensation was offered or accepted for this post. The opinions above are my own. Others experience may vary.




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144 comments:

  1. cloud10277 said...

    I learned that it is possible to get burned on a cloudy day. Sunlight penetrates clouds.Many people get the worst burn of their lives on cloudy days because they have not used sunscreens.
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  2. cloud10277 said...

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  6. cloud10277 said...

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  7. cloud10277 said...

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  8. Buki Family said...

    you can get a sunburn even in winter.... not just a summer thing!
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  9. Buki Family said...

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  10. Jackie said...

    I learned that if you have acne, you should look for non-comedogenic (won't block pores) on the label. Thanks for the review and giveaway!
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  11. Jackie said...

    I subscribe via email
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  12. Jackie said...

    I am a follower
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  15. sohamolina said...

    I learned:
    The sun's ultraviolet rays are divided into UVA, UVB, and UVC. Until recently, UVB rays considered the only form of radiation to cause skin damage such as sunburn, wrinkling and premature aging. Research indicates that UVA contributes to skin damage including pre-cancerous changes.

  16. sohamolina said...

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  17. sohamolina said...

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  18. sohamolina said...

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  19. sohamolina said...

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  20. sohamolina said...

    I Follow KINeSYS_Inc on Twitter

  21. sohamolina said...

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  22. sohamolina said...

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  23. itsme said...

    i learned that the term sunblock is sort of non technical and is usually just referring to high SPF's that are blocking out more rays

  24. itsme said...

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  25. itsme said...

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  26. itsme said...

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  27. itsme said...

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  29. itsme said...

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  30. itsme said...

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  31. Busy Working Mama said...

    I learned that the sun's ultraviolet rays are divided into UVA, UVB, and UVC

  32. Busy Working Mama said...

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  33. Busy Working Mama said...

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  34. Busy Working Mama said...

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  35. Busy Working Mama said...

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  36. Jennifer said...

    I learned No product is a total Sunblock, which is why tanning still occurs with a SPF 15

  37. Jennifer said...

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  38. Jennifer said...

    I subscribe to your blog

  39. Jennifer said...

    I follow KINeSYS on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

  40. Jennifer said...

    I follow you on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

  41. Dwalline said...

    I learned if your skin normally burns after fifteen minutes of sun exposure, wearing a SPF 15 sunscreen would allow you to stay in the sun for three hours and forty-five minutes (fifteen times longer)

    dwalline at gmail dot com

  42. Dwalline said...

    i subscribe

  43. Dwalline said...

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  44. Dwalline said...

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  45. Dwalline said...

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  46. Dwalline said...

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  47. llinda29 said...

    Sunblock" is term generally used to describe higher SPF (15,30) products. No product is a total Sunblock, which is why tanning still occurs with a SPF 15. Products with SPF values on the labels contain sunscreen ingredients and are all technically classified as sunscreens.

  48. Jennifer said...

    I tweeted: https://twitter.com/jkgorcery/status/14719135152

  49. Flufferwuffer said...

    I learned that an SPF 15 would mean you can stay in the sun 15 times longer than you normally could before burning, and with SPF 30 it would be 30 times longer. Didn't know it was that simple!

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  50. Flufferwuffer said...

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  51. Flufferwuffer said...

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  52. Flufferwuffer said...

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  53. Flufferwuffer said...

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  54. itsme said...

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  55. janetfaye said...

    I learned:
    Sunlight penetrates clouds. Daylight gets through and so do 70-80 percent of the sun's damaging rays. In fact, many people get the worst burn of their lives on cloudy days because they have not used sunscreens.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  56. janetfaye said...

    I am email subscribed.

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  57. janetfaye said...

    I follow you on Twitter - Janetfaye

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  58. janetfaye said...

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  59. janetfaye said...

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  60. janetfaye said...

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  61. janetfaye said...

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  62. janetfaye said...
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  63. sohamolina said...

    http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/14770041482

  64. Flufferwuffer said...

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  65. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/14807533734 tweet

  66. Terra H. said...

    Research estimates that regular use of highly protective sunscreen (SPF 15 or higher) for the first 18 years of life could reduce the incidence of certain types of pre-cancerous changes by nearly 80%.
    Thanks.
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  67. Terra H. said...

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  68. Terra H. said...

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  69. Jennifer H said...

    I learned-Why is a PABA free product important?

    Some people develop an allergic reaction to sunscreens with PABA. Therefore, an individual with a history of allergic responses to PABA may want to use a PABA free product.
    Jenprincess88 at yahoo dot com

  70. Jennifer H said...

    google reader

  71. Jennifer H said...

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  72. cloud10277 said...

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  73. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/14875898595 tweet

  74. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 5/27 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/14875991037

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  75. sohamolina said...

    http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/14913658530

  76. Kel said...

    It is very possible to get burned on a cloudy day.

  77. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 5/28 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/14946818280

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  78. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 5/29 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15010732620

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  79. sohamolina said...

    http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/15057606235

  80. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/15081907048 tweet

  81. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 5/30 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15082751103

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  82. polly said...

    i learned that no product is a total sunblock.
    polly
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  83. polly said...

    email subscriber
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  84. polly said...

    publicly follow gfc
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  85. cloud10277 said...

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  86. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 5/31 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15148864156

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  87. etirv said...

    I learned that you can get burned on a cloudy day!
    Sunlight penetrates clouds. Daylight gets through and so do 70-80 percent of the sun's damaging rays. In fact, many people get the worst burn of their lives on cloudy days because they have not used sunscreens.

    delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

  88. etirv said...

    Subscriber!

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  89. etirv said...

    Google follower!

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  90. etirv said...

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  91. etirv said...

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  92. The Beauty Pirate said...

    I learned that I currently have blisters on my nose because it was cloudy the other day and I didn't bother with sunscreen :)

  93. wigget said...

    i learned the sun's rays are most powerful and can harm your skin particularly from 11 am to 4 pm

  94. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 6/1 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15222353583

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  95. Leen said...

    I learned that the terms sunscreen and sunblock are actually one and the same!
    leenburke@yahoo.com

  96. Leen said...

    I subscribe to your blog
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  97. Leen said...

    I am a follower
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  98. Leen said...

    I follow you on twitter @Leenburke
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  99. Leen said...

    I Follow KINeSYS_Inc on Twitter @Leenburke
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  100. Leen said...

    I Fan/Like KINeSYS Inc. on Facebook (Eileen B)
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  101. Leen said...

    I Fan/Like - One 2 Try on Facebook (Eileen B)
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  102. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/15291770060 tweet

  103. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 6/2 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15293570216

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  104. Sarafan2 said...

    I learned that the suns rays are most powerful during 11- 4p.m, and that you can still get burned on a cloudy day.


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  105. Sarafan2 said...

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  106. Sarafan2 said...

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  107. Sarafan2 said...

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  108. Sarafan2 said...

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  109. Sarafan2 said...

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  110. cloud10277 said...

    tweet
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  111. jennem said...

    Skin damaging UVA rays maintain a relatively consistent strength throughout the year. UVB rays vary in intensity from season to season. Even in the same location, UVB rays will be stronger in the summer than in the winter.

    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

  112. jennem said...

    Public Google Friends follower as jennem.
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  113. jennem said...

    Twitter follower as jennem1.
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  114. jennem said...

    Kinesys Twitter follower as jennem1.
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  115. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/15385924443 tweet

  116. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 6/3 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15389919363

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  117. Felicia said...

    If the label claims it's water-resistant it must maintain it's effectiveness for at least 40 min.
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  118. Felicia said...

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  119. Felicia said...

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  120. Felicia said...

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  121. karen said...

    Although a SPF 15 is effective in providing sun protection, some people require greater levels of protection. Thanks.

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  122. sohamolina said...

    http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/15422600873

  123. cloud10277 said...

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  124. susan1215 said...

    I learned you can even get sunburned in Winter

  125. susan1215 said...

    follow via GFC

  126. susan1215 said...

    facebook fan of One2try

  127. itsme said...

    http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/15439855581 tweet

  128. mommyof3andworkingfromhome said...

    I learned that one serious sun burn to increase the risk of getting skin cancer by 50%. This is scary thinking back when we did not know what we know today about these dangerous rays. We protect our children these days. However, we were not so lucky.

    Thank you for the entry! This would be a great giveaway for our trip to Florida this summer. (That is if we can enjoy the beaches)?

    Nikki

  129. mommyof3andworkingfromhome said...

    I am a GFC public follower!

    Thank you again,

    Nikki

  130. mommyof3andworkingfromhome said...

    I am a subscriber at

    nikkidavissells(at)cox(dot)net


    Thank you,

    Nikki

  131. mommyof3andworkingfromhome said...

    I follow Kinesys_Inc on twitter as
    nikkidavis05.

    Thank you,

    Nikki

  132. mommyof3andworkingfromhome said...

    I follow you on twitter as
    nikkidavis05.

    Thank you,

    Nikki

  133. Flufferwuffer said...

    tweet 6/4 http://twitter.com/Flufferwuffer/status/15452615965

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  134. missrantsypants said...

    The length of time you can stay in the sun while wearing a SPF 15 products depends upon your skin's sensitivity to burning.



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

  135. Julie said...

    You can get sunburn even if it's a cloudy day because the sun can still shine through the clouds (daylight)

  136. Julie said...

    I follow you on twitter.

  137. Julie said...

    I follow KINeSYS on twitter.

  138. Gianna said...

    One serious sun burn to increase the risk of getting skin cancer by 50%.

  139. John said...

    It's important, I learned, to wear sunscreen when you are doing sports outside, like skiing, in the winter.

  140. John said...

    Email subscriber.

  141. lilyk said...

    I learned that according to the US Environmental protection Agency, a 5 % decrease in the ozone layer could increase UV radiation by about 10%, which in turn could increase the incidence of skin cancer by as much as 20% within the next two decades.

  142. lilyk said...

    I subscribed to your blog.

  143. lilyk said...

    I became a fan of KINeSYS Inc. on Facebook.

  144. lilyk said...

    I became your Facebook fan.