A Severe Sunburn Caused A 16-Year-Old Girl To Develop Protruding Blisters On Her Back
Apparently she was only out in the sun for an hour—and had applied sunscreen.
Why Babies Don’t Have Freckles
Learn about why babies don’t have freckles, when they develop, and what they mean for your child’s health and well-being.
Why You Shouldn't Give Chemical Sunscreen to Kids
It’s time to start reading the label on your sunscreen.
How to Prevent and Treat Sunburned Lips
Sunburned lips can cause pain, blistering, swelling, and other uncomfortable side effects. These expert-approved tips can protect your kid’s lips from harmful UV rays this summer.
Powder Sunscreen for Kids: Is It Safe?
Powder sunscreen is non-irritating and easy to use, but safety concerns may outweigh the advantages. Here’s everything you need to know about powder sunscreen.