Sunburns can be quite painful and can lead to skin problems later in life. Find tips to protect your child's skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays. We also rank the best sunscreens for kids and identify natural remedies that soothe a sunburn.
This mom posted a PSA to Facebook after she applied essential oils before using a tanning bed and ended up with severe burns to her wrists and neck.
In summer -- or any season -- protecting kids from the sun's harmful rays is a must. Here's what every parent should know.
Whether your child is at the beach or in the backyard, sunscreen is a must. Look for one with an SPF of at least 30 that screens out both UVA and UVB rays, like these picks.
Kids are too young for skin cancer, right? Guess again. Our experts tell you the signs of a potential melanoma, when to see a pediatric dermatologist, and how to keep your child's skin as healthy as possible.
Here's why you should put sunscreen, shirts, and shade in the same non-negotiable category as car seats, toothbrushing, and bike helmets, from Parents magazine and the American Academy of Dermatology.
Just one blistering sunburn in childhood can double your little one's lifetime risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Young, sensitive skin is especially vulnerable to damaging rays, so protect your child by being sun-care savvy.
Sun smarts are important for every member of the family -- not just kids. Shield your entire clan from harmful rays with these cool finds.
Following a few simple rules can help you shield your baby's skin from the sun.
Babies are especially susceptible to sunburns. If you suspect your bundle of joy has had a bit too much sun exposure follow these three steps to help her get better.
How much sun and sunscreen are best for baby.
To keep your family safe this summer, follow these tips from a pediatrician who's also a skin-cancer survivor.
Find out which sunscreens are best for babies and kids.
Four families put their sun-safety routines to the test -- and it turns out there's plenty of room for improvement. What could you be doing differently this summer?
From aloe to baking soda, these home remedies for sunburn can help relieve pain and itching. The good news: You've probably already got them around the house!
Simple ways to protect your child's skin this summer.