Description:How do you keep your children from burning?
Newest Review: ... him out, what a battle I had. He has fair hair and so I was extra careful to slap the cream on him everywhere. Infact I think ... more
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by - written on 31/01/09, updated on 18/02/09 (Useful, 27 readings)
Any parent will tell you what a real nightmare it is trying to apply sun cream to their child. It really is a struggle to get my son to keep still to have it put on , and it ends up going everywhere. My little boy is 14 months old, and I remember vividly last summer trying to apply the sun cream before I took him out, what a battle I had. He has fair hair and so I was extra careful to slap the cream on him everywhere. Infact I think that I got a bit obsessed by it. I went through several different types of sun cream, but the best one that I found was the Nivea once. It says that you only need to apply it every 8 hours. When I would send my son to nursery I would put it .. Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/08 (Useful, 22 readings)
childrens skin is a lot more sensative than ours to exposure to the sun light and will burn a lot easier, i have always used sun cream of a high factor on my children when the sun is out particularly if we are going out in the sun during the middle of the day. Now that they are at school i apply sun cream to them every morning during this time of year even if it is raining in the morning as our weather is so unpredictable and the schools are not allowed to apply sun cream so will literaly let your child burn in the heat which is quite likely at dinner time as they all go out to play in the play ground at the hottest part of the day. Boots have a ... Read the complete review