Consumer Reports Warns Parents Against Using Spray-On Sunscreen for Kids

Consumer Reports: Don't use pray-on sunscreen on kids
If you plan to spend any amount of time outside, sunscreen is important. Very important. But as any parent with a small child knows, it can be difficult to get sunscreen on kids who often don’t like the creams and lotions being slathered all over them. One way that parents have found makes it easier to do this is with spray-on sunscreens. That, according to Consumer Reports, might not be the best idea. The consumer-focused magazine is advising parents to refrain from using spray-on sunscreen, at least for the time being.

The reason for the warning? The chance that your children will inhale some of the sunscreen while you spray them down. The magazine says spray-on sunscreen has the po

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One Response to Consumer Reports Warns Parents Against Using Spray-On Sunscreen for Kids

  1. Merica! says:

    Well Duh… don’t most of these use compressed alcohol as their propellant? The stuff is really vaporous and easy to breath in… and it burns when you do. (speaking from stupid experience)

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