Babies have sensitive skin, and taking care it of is extremely important. As adults, we know the rules and guidelines regarding sunscreen use, but for babies, the guidelines are different.
The best age to use sunscreen on babies is six months or older. Babies under six months of age should get their sun protection by keeping them in the shade as much as possible. If your baby is six months or older, choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 50 and reapply every 2 hours (or less if your baby is swimming).
An important tip to put into consideration when choosing your baby’s sunscreen is to use a sunscreen that contains zinc oxide or titanium oxide to avoid causing any irritation to your baby’s skin.
To help you out, we gathered the top 10 sunscreens for your babies.
- La Roche Posay
- Nivea Kids
- Banana Boat Kids
- Luna Kids
- Eva Sun and Sea
La Roche Posay
Banana Boat Kids
Eva Sun and Sea
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