This item ships to Australia only.
Replacement Heads – this is a pack of 2 replacement heads which will fit on your existing Solar Buddy.
Not suitable for children under 36 months old (due to small parts). Adult supervision required to ensure adequate coverage.
It is recommended that the bottle not to be shared due to hygiene purposes, if you have any skin conditions or any concerns, please seek advice from your GP before use.
It’s recommended that the sponge unit is replaced every 2/3 months if in constant use.
If using at a beach, ensure no sand enters the roller ball or sponge as it could stop the buddies from working to its full potential.
Remove any excess sand from the body before applying lotion.
Solar Buddies work with most sunscreens. We advise not to use oily or watery type sunscreens (e.g Sprays) as they can leak. For us, conventional sunscreens from ‘squeezy’ bottles work best. Thicker creams can work but may need a little help getting to a roller ball. If you have any questions about the best products to use please do get in touch! See above for our FAQ’s.
SOLAR BUDDIES ARE SOLD AS AN EMPTY CONTAINER AND WE TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR MISUSE, REACTIONS OR EFFECTS FROM THE SUNSCREEN THAT IS USED IN THEM. ALWAYS FOLLOW OUR GUIDELINES FOR USE AND THE GUIDELINES OF YOUR SUNSCREENS MANUFACTURER.
Use a sunscreen with a minimum SPF 30, water resistant and has a broad spectrum rating of both UVA and UVB protection.
Use generous amounts of sunscreen and apply every 2 hours regardless of its stated daily recommendations to ensure full ongoing protection.
Sunscreen can become less effective if you sweat, remove clothing and go swimming, so reapply after all of these.
Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going out. Cover all exposed areas and don’t forget places like the back of the neck, back of knee’s, tops of ears, nose, and scalp.
Use other sun safe procedures as well as using sunscreen. Wear a hat, sunglasses, keep well hydrated and covered up with SPF protective clothing.
Try and Stay out of the sun during 11am-3pm or seek shade when the sun is at its strongest.
Keep young children and babies out of direct sunlight