FDA testing dangers of inhaling spray-on sunscreens

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Don’t spray sunscreens on children

It’s all over the news but there is no known immediate threat

The FDA is testing if there are any dangers/hazards when children inhale the fine mist created by spray-on sunscreens. Play it safe until we know for sure.

  • Use lotions instead
  • Make sure children close eyes and mouths when applying any sunscreen
  • Don’t use spray sunscreen unless it is all you have
  • Spray on your hands first, away from your child, and apply like a lotion

Please consult your child’s pediatrician for more information.

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