Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50+
This non-greasy yet water-resistant lotion protects children's skin from sunburn and reduces the risk of longterm UV-induced skin damage.
Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50+ is specially formulated to protect children over 1 year old from sunburn and provides biological cell protection to reduce the risk of longterm UV-induced skin damage. It is free from parabens, colourants and perfumes. Extra water-resistant.
This kids’ sunscreen offers a comprehensive sun protection with:
Additionally it contains Glycerin that moisturises the skin and strengthens its natural barrier function.
Clinical studies prove excellent efficacy and skin tolerability – even for children with Atopic Dermatitis.
Use Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50 on your child if ...
Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50+ is a very-high protection sunscreen specifically for children over 1 year old.
The Sun Protection Factor (SPF) extends the time it takes for the skin to burn by a certain factor. For example, a person who gets sunburnt after 30 minutes of sun exposure without sunscreen would not get sunburnt for 300 minutes using a sunscreen in high enough amounts with a sun protection factor of 30. However, it is best to only stay in the sun for up to 60% of this time, and remember that skin damage can occur even before sunburn is visible.
If you want a very high UVA/UVB protection sunscreen for children over 1 year old, try Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion SPF 50+. Do not expose babies or small children to direct sun light.
Yes Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50+ is suitable for children over 1 year old.
Children’s skin, like many of their organs, is still developing. The thickness of their epidermis is a fifth of that of an adult’s skin, while their overall surface area to volume ratio is much higher than that of an adult. Also, their skin barrier function and self-protection mechanisms (especially melanin synthesis) are not fully developed. Sun-induced skin damage in childhood puts them at a much higher risk of further skin damage in later life. If you want a very high UVA/UVB protection sunscreen for children try Eucerin Kids Sun Lotion Sensitive Protect SPF50+. Do not expose babies and young children to direct sun light. Read more about children´s skin.
Chemical filters are absorbed by the skin and transform UV rays into harmless innocuous warmth, whereas mineral filters remain on the surface of the skin and reflect and scatter UV rays that reach the surface of the skin. While chemical filters are generally considered to be safe, the use of mineral filters is advisable in case of intolerance towards chemical filters or for sun protection for babies and toddlers, whose skin is highly sensitive.
Long wave UVA (Ultraviolet A) rays emitted by the sun penetrate deeply into the skin and are the originating factor of oxidative stress in the skin. They play a greater role in long-term sun damage and are a major cause of skin ageing and skin cancer. In addition, UVA rays may trigger polymorphic light eruption (PLE), the so-called sun allergy. Short wave UVB (Ultraviolet B) rays, on the contrary, cause immediate visible damage to the skin, leading to what we usually refer to as sunburn. It penetrates the skin less deeply than UVA but is the main responsibility for cellular DNA damage.
The Eucerin Sun Protection range offers comprehensive protection against sun damage, and there is a product suited to each skin type. All products provide highly effective photostable UVA and UVB filter system and skin cell protection, and many also offer DNA protection. There are sunscreens formulated specifically for different skin types (normal, dry, oily, blemish-prone) for both face and body. There are products formulated specifically for babies, children and adults. There are even sunscreens formulated to suit sun-related problems such as acne-prone and Atopic Dermatitis. All formulas are light in texture, easy to spread and fast absorbing. Only selected active ingredients with a clinically proven efficacy and tolerability are used.