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Posted Thursday, October 29th, 2015 at 1:27 pm by in .Edit this post More in

A staff restaurant marketing strategy of the generics pharmacy Special consideration is needed for infants less than six months, according to the FDA. While sunscreens are recommended for children and adults, they are generally not recommended for young infants. Babies’ skin is much thinner than that of adults, and it absorbs the active, chemical ingredients in sunscreen more easily. Infants also have a high surface-area to body-weight ratio compared with older children and adults. Both these factors mean that an infant’s exposure to the chemicals in sunscreens is much greater, increasing the risk of allergic reaction or inflammation. The best protection is to keep your baby in the shade, if possible.

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