Won’t somebody please shade the children?

You should be able to see and spread the cream very easily.

But don’t be fooled into thinking you can slack off on sun watch.

If [your children] are a bit older, use [the hottest part of the day] to take them sightseeing indoors to galleries or museums.

It may be cloudy or windy, but this “invisible” sun can cause unexpected sunburn even on overcast days.

Sunburn can occur on overlooked areas such as shoulders, ears, nose, lips, cheeks and feet. Make putting on suncream fun, too. Coloured sprays, roll-ons and face sticks are a great visual aid for you, and put an end to glum faces when Mum says it’s time for more lotion!

Excerpts from “Your Childproof Safe Suncare Plan”, Boots Health and Beauty, Jul / Aug 06 issue.

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