Getting sunscreen on kids isn't always easy, but it's really important. Young skin is especially sensitive to sunburn and studies show the link between childhood sunburn and a higher risk of skin cancer later in life.
A recent study looked at the balance between getting enough Vitamin D and unsafe levels of sun exposure in children.
Our resident skin guru Susan believes in straight talking. So when we saw a recent survey by Australia’s Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection that gives all sorts of reasons why people don't wear sunscreen, well, we wanted to know what Susan thought about that.
Despite the sun safe messages red, painful and even blistered skin from sunburn is still common in the NZ summer. But sunburn isn't just a temporary inconvenience, it can have long-term effects.
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