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5 Safe Sunscreens For Kids

We all know how important it is to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful rays. But with so many sunscreen options on the market, how do you find the safest one for your child? The Environment Working Group, a non-profit environmental organization that specializes in research and advocacy in the area of toxic chemicals, recommends you avoid chemical sunscreens and choose mineral ones that contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide.

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The Best Kid-Friendly Sunscreens

So, you know how to protect your skin but how about your childs? It doesnt matter where youre heading or how young or old you are. It is recommended that people of all ages apply sunscreen on a daily basis to protect against harmful sun rays. So before your child leaves for school or to go on a play date, dont let them out of the house without sun screen! Here are the best kid-friendly sunscreens:

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Protect Your Skin By Using the Best Sunscreens!

Hey Ladies! so now that you know how to protect your kid’s skin, find out how to protect yours! Though its recommended that sunscreen is worn on a daily basis, we especially recommend it being worn through the hottest season of the year: summer! Picking the right sunscreen is difficult considering the endless amount of options there are to choose from, but dont be fooled by fancy brands of price. Use this guide to make an informed decision.

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Doctor T’s Supergoop Sunscreen Wipes

Love these sunscreen wipes! They’re great for travel because they won’t leak or spill in your bag — we’ve all been there! They’re super easy to apply. Just rub a sheet on your skin. Protects skin without leaving a residue or greasy feeling. No harsh chemicals – and they’re super kid-friendly. They’re gentle for sensitive skin and effective against UV rays.

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Worst Sunscreen for Babies – Moms, Beware!

Just when you thought you were protecting your babies from the sun, you may be doing them more harm than good. Did you know 1 in 8 sunscreens don’t even protect from the sun’s harmful rays? The FDA first issued draft sunscreen regulations in 1978 and last updated the draft in 2007. The regulations are still not final, despite multiple announcements of impending completion. Companies are not required to verify that their sunscreens work, including testing for SPF levels, checking waterproof levels or protection. Ouch. Here’s a list of sunscreens to stay away from, or watch out for at the very least: