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Another play destination, pun intended, is The Play Destination, located in Agoura Hills. They also offer free Wi-Fi and comfortable seating, and have a snack bar with coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and options for the kids. They strive for an atmosphere where parents can simply relax, read, complete tasks, meet up with friends on a play date or socialize with other parents.
If you're by the Simi Valley Town Center, check out Rockin' Kids, an indoor play area created for children up to six years of age to have an environmentally friendly and healthy interaction with their peers, all while continuing to develop and improve social, motor, and learning skills.
If you're looking for a super family-friendly restaurant, check out Giggles N Hugs! They're just a bit outside of the Conejo Valley, located in Canoga Park. They offerr high-end, organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children. Every Giggles N’ Hugs location offers an upscale, family-friendly atmosphere with a unique, custom-made 2000 square-foot play area that children 10 and younger absolutely love. Giggles N’ Hugs features high-quality menus made from fresh and local organic foods, nightly entertainment such as magic shows, concerts, and puppet shows, and all-day activities like face painting, crafts and karoke.
Also located inside the Oaks Mall is a "Young Arts" Studio. If your kids are looking to get their artistic fix, drop-in painting lessons are the perfect way to spend your morning or afternoon. Their Art lessons are drop in basis - start at ANY time! The fun Art Teachers are always on hand to help and encourage you or your artist as you Inspire creativity!
- Spray sunscreens. These products can be inhaled and may not cover skin completely.
- SPF values above 50+. Products touting high SPF values try to trick you into believing they’ll prevent sun damage. Don’t trust them. SPFs of 30 to 50 are enough for even very pale skin.
- Oxybenzone. This common sunscreen ingredient has been linked to hormone system disruption.
- Retinyl palmitate. This ingredient may actually trigger damage to sun-exposed skin.