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It is essential to protect your children with a “broad spectrum” sunscreen such as Caldesun for Kids SPF50. This means that your child’s skin is protected against the UV-A and the UV-B rays. UV-A Rays are associated with skin wrinkling and aging while UV-B is associated with Sun.
You cannot get a complete protection since some UV rays will always get through but even with a SPF of 15, there will more than a 90% protection from UV-B rays.
Remember that 90% of all skin cancers are preventable if enough care is taken daily using reliable sun protection. Sun damage is built up over the years and even on a cloudy day – the sun’s rays can pass through clouds.
Caldesun has UV-A/UV-B protection. Caldesun also contains an IR-A protective complex – the short-wave, non-heat producing component of infrared light, known as infrared A (IR-A), a major component of sunlight, can also cause skin damage.
Certain antioxidants have proved useful in protecting the skin against IR-A radiation and are now included in an IR-A protective complex contained in Caldesun sun protection range.
Apply generously and evenly about 20 minutes before sun exposure.
Repeat coverage after sweating, swimming, toweling or at least every 6 hours.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Avoid mid-day sun if possible even when using sun protection.
Keep babies and children out of direct sun light when possible