How can I protect my child from the sun younger than six months?
Ways to protect your child from harmful UV rays:
- Strollers with a sun shade
- Sun hats
- Full-coverage clothing, less porous in texture sunglasses
- Sitting under a tree
- Outdoor tents for kids
- Shaded playpens
- Staying in during the peak hours of UV rays
- Consideration of rising temperatures
Is 30 SPF protective enough for my child?
Is it better to keep my child away from the sun altogether?
Our SPF 30 Mineral Sunscreen is intended for everyday use. Snag it on our website to get a head start on your child's skincare routine! Implementing our sunscreen into your little one's daily skincare routine will help prevent long-term damage from the sun's UVA/B rays.
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