By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
July 25, 2013
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Families are getting more serious about using sunscreen consistently, which is an important practice for skin health.  But the US Food and Drug Administration is warning that spray sunscreens, if applied near very hot surfaces like grills or campfires, could become flammable and cause serious injury.  No children have reported injuries from spray sunscreen, but the FDA urged parents to read labels carefully and avoid any products that are flammable.

Image: Spray sunscreen, via Shutterstock

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