Right Time to Introduce Sunscreens for Our Babies?

Once your baby reaches 6 months of age, you can begin to use sunscreens

When Is It Time To Introduce Sunscreens For Our Babies?


When is it time to introduce sunscreens for our babies?


Once your baby reaches 6 months of age, you can begin to use sunscreens. You must choose a broad spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen that offers a minimum sun protection factor (SPF) of 15.


If you are going to use it at the beach or the pool, is better than it has a higher SPF, as 30 or 50. To avoid skin irritation, you may test sunscreen on the inside of your baby wrist and check if everything is OK.


Use sunscreen in all exposed areas of the skin. Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before going out and reapply it every two hours or more frequently if you take your baby into the pool or if he or she is sweating, or playing in the sand.


The baby must continue to use a hat, and, if it is possible, protective clothes. And remember, avoid, as much as possible, direct exposure to the sun in the central hours of the day.


When is the time to introduce the sunscreen for our babies?

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Danalac is a brand product of DANA Dairy, a major producer and provider of various milk products to the world’s market. Through the years, we have come to take pride in the quality of our products and the way we do business. We are proud to have been able to cater drinking milk, milk powders, various cheese, butter, ice cream powders, and many other dairy items to the world industrial and consumer markets.

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