Sun protection is not only for adults, if you start from birth, you can avoid a lot of detours in skin care.
The best way to protect children from sunscreen is to stick to hard sunscreen + appropriate soft sunscreen.Clothes provide more sun protection than any sunscreen, and sunscreen is applied to take care of areas that cannot be covered by hard sunscreen.The two work together to achieve the best effect.
So from what age can you use sunscreen? Generally, it is recommended that babies over 6 months use a milder physical sunscreen.Infants under 6 months can also use topical if needed. But this does not mean that it should be wiped every day. If the hard sunscreen is done well, it may not be wiped.
In addition, although proper sunlight can promote the synthesis of vitamin D, sun protection and proper sunlight are not in conflict. Because ordinary sunscreen does not cause insufficient vitamin D synthesis in the skin, there is no need to worry about this.