Cancer Council Kids SPF50 - Pump - 500mL
Fragrance and paraben free. For delicate skin.
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- Store below 30 Degrees Celsius
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- Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Cancer Council recommends keeping babies and children out of the sun as much as possible. When this is not possible, ensure they stay in the shade as much as possible and wear protective clothing and a hat. Broad spectrum, SPF50+ sunscreen may be applied to small areas of skin that cannot be protected by clothing (such as face, ears and backs of hands). Cancer Council recommends people avoid excessive exposure to the sun. Sunscreen should never be the first line of defence against sun damage. It is important to wear a broad brimmed hat, protective clothing, sunglasses and make use of shade where possible. Never use sunscreen to extend the time you would normally spend in the sun.
- Sunscreens should be applied on all exposed areas of skin 15 to 30 minutes before exposure to sunlight. It should be applied liberally and evenly to clean, dry skin. You should reapply more regularly if you are swimming, exercising or towel drying. Cancer Council recommends that sunscreen be reapplied every two hours to ensure that ongoing protection occurs.
- For an adult, the recommended application is 5ml (approximately 1 teaspoon full) for each arm, leg, body front, body back and face (including neck and ears). That equates to a total of 35ml (approximately 7 teaspoons full) for a full body application. For a child the recommended full body application is about half that used for an adult (this will vary depending on the size of the child) and is around 18mls or approximately half a teaspoon full for each of the body parts listed above.
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