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Oh My! What Every Parent Needs To Know About Using Aerosol Sunscreens

This picture is just awful of this little girl after his mother put sunscreen on her face.

Rebecca Cannon followed all the guidelines on the back of the sunscreen can she purchased. The label informed her that the spray was safe for children 6 months of age and older, and that to apply to the face, the sunblock should first be sprayed onto hands, then rubbed onto the skin. However, her then 14-month-old daughter, Kyla, still suffered burns — severe ones, right in the middle of her face.

In her Facebook post she sent a warning to all parents:

Ok so I'm getting many msgs and just want everyone to know Kyla is back home after another hospital trip this morning...

Posted by Rebecca Cannon on Monday, May 8, 2017

 

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