Always be prepared for the sun - Protect your children!It is essential that parents and children change their attitude about spending time in the sun, and where better to start than with their babies and children. Regularly check you and your child’s skin, and contact your doctor observes any irregularities color changes in the skin. It is important that children are taught this kind of information when they are young, because at that age they get it easily and becomes second nature.
Apply sunscreen half an hour before their infants or go out and reapply regularly, especially after they have been swimming or have wet children. Also, use a product with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. Products with PESA 60 to provide greater protection but does not mean that your child can safely spend four times more time in the sun. Sun screens to reduce the damage caused by the sun’s rays but not completely block out. You and your children should still cover up with clothing and seeking shade during the hottest part of the day.
When there’s no shade around, dress their children to lose fitting clothes and give them a wide hats, good quality sun glasses brimmed. The skin is covered with clothing, the better. Look for materials with a close knit, because they are better at blocking out harmful ultraviolet rays. Parents should be aware that when the clothes are wet to halve the protection afforded by the material.
Useful tips to remember before leaving the sun:
Limit time in the sun between 10 a. m. to 4:00 PM.
Apply sunscreen every hour and a half. SPF 30 or higher and make sure it is not expired.
Remember these Ingrijirea Pielii neck, chin tops of the feet and back of hands.
Take some Vaseline to protect your lips.
Wear hats and sunglasses for the whole family. Keep on hand throughout the year.
Some tips on how to avoid a fight with their children applying sunscreen:
Tell your child that is a special sunscreen makeup or painting made just for them.
Try to all types of sunscreens, such as foams, gels and sprays.
Let your child apply themselves and then go on himself.
Get a brand of children who identify with them, like cartoons, etc.
Sun exposure is associated with all forms of skin cancer, but the most common type of skin cancer is basal skin cancer. Frequent and severe sunburns intense sun exposure in childhood increase the risk of basal cell skin cancer. Basal cell skin cancers usually appear on sun-exposed areas, most commonly the face and neck, but also on the trunk and legs. That are displayed in teenagers and people in their 20s it is of great concern to dermatologists. The incidence of basal cell skin cancer in North America is up a 10 a year.