Coppertone Girl - In 1959, a 3-year-old girl in pig-tails named Cheri Brand posed for a family snapshot in the backyard of her Bronxville, NY home and soon became Little Miss Coppertone®, a symbol of summer and poster-girl for the long-running Coppertone sunscreen ad campaign whose famous slogans proclaim "Don't be a Paleface!" and "Tan - Don't Burn."
To help sell the product several billboards were created featuring the girl and the dog, with the dog's head and the girl's swim suite bottom being able to move, but since then most of them have either since stopped moving or are no longer in existence. In 1965 Coppertone featured a commercial in which a three-year-old toddler was featured. That toddler's name was Alicia Foster, but she grew-up to become the very famous actress Jodie Foster.
EWG’s Sunscreen Guide for 2015 – the 9th annual edition – finds persistent problems with the ingredients and marketing of sunscreens for the American market. Fully 80 percent of 1,700 products we examined this year offer inferior sun protection or contain worrisome ingredients like oxybenzone and vitamin A.
Winter sunscreens..COPPERTONE OIL FREE SUNSCREEN FACE LOTION SPF 50..Coppertone has always been a top name brand in the sunscreen industry, and with good reason. This oil-free formula is moisturizing but won’t clog pores, and has plenty of SPF in it to protect your skin from winter’s damaging effects on skin. It’s lightweight, fragrance-free, hypoallergenic and affordable as well. It's just $10 at drugstore.com