Consumer Reports slathered, sprayed and rolled on 65 lotions, sprays and sticks of sunscreens with SPF claims of 30 or higher. (The Canadian Dermatology Association recommends sunscreens that protect against UVA and UVB with an SPF of 30 or higher.) The results? Not as golden (or pale) as you would hope. In fact, a whopping 43 percent of the sunscreens tested failed to meet the SPF claim on the label. Plus, there were not a lot of kid’s lotions that scored well.
Whatever lotion you choose, as a rule of thumb, you should not apply sunscreen to infants six months and younger. Consumer Reports recommends using lotion or sticks for kids—sprays should only be used as a last resort, as kids are more likely to inhale the ingredients. If you are using a spray, it’s better to spritz it first into your palm and then rub it on. Remember to apply it 15 minutes before you leave the house, layer it on thickly, and reapply often. See full article here: http://www.todaysparent.com/family/the-results-are-in-consumer-reports-best-and-worst-sunscreens/image/10/
It is wonderful to see AVON sunscreen made the Consumer Report’s Top 10 List. Avon also carries lip balm with SPF 15 and a range of other Sunscreen Products for the whole family.
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