Badger baby sunscreen 

To maintain that baby soft skin and to protect our little ones from the harmful rays of the sun, we need a powerful sunscreen cream. After doing good amount of research and asking around for recommendations, I went ahead with the Badger Balm Sunscreen.

This sunscreen is certified organic and there are no artificial ingredients. The composition is good and it is easy to apply on babies skin (and Mama’s too). The smell is a bit too strong for my liking but baby doesn’t seem to mind it.

Unfortunately the high Zinc amount in this one (almost 20%) leaves a white mark, which takes some time for the skin to absorb.

They claim to protect from UVA + UVB rays and also water resistant for up to 40 minutes.

Do ensure to re-apply sunscreen every 2 hours in all exposed areas. It’s best to not be in the direct sunlight in peak hours: 10-4. Also try to get extra covers like sun hats when possible.

Make sure to keep fingers away from the mouth and if not, just avoid using the sunscreen below the wrist.

Remember, babies below 6 months of age do not require sunscreen.

Do you have a baby sunscreen that you can recommend?

Until later,

Dee

 

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Author: Deepika

So the Oxford Dictionary defines dexterous as: Showing or having skill, especially with the hands Aesthete. Conversationalist. Culture vulture. 20-something. New wife(or not so new now?). This is me, Dee. Join me as I explore life.

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