This is not going to be a post about skin cancer, or how we should be protecting our kids’ skin all the time (even in winter, when the sun still shines in most cities). It also isn’t a reminder that a child’s skin is relatively thin, and not fully developed to protect against UV radiation. Rather, this is a post about new Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion SPF 50+ to prevent skin damage and help to protect against the risk of skin cancer.
Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion is extra water resistant and has a high UVA/UVB protection. It also contains Dexpanthenol, which moisturises and soothes the skin and encourages cell regeneration. It’s free of perfume, colourants and parabens, and can safely be used on babies. I like that it smells nice too, and is easy to apply, ie it absorbs well (great for when you have niggly children who don’t like being slathered with cream).
It’s available for R169.99 for 150ml from Clicks, Dis-Chem and selected pharmacies nationwide