Is spray-on sunscreen more harm than good?
Most of us know the importance of using sunscreen daily. Sunscreen protects our skin from premature skin aging, sun’s radiation, sunburn, and skin cancer. I personally apply it before I live the house when I go to the beach or swimming pool. It is recommended to apply it 15 minutes before sun exposure.
Recently, the FDA raised concerns about the spray-on sunscreen on children due to inhale the chemicals that bounces back to them, especially children who has a history of respiratory issues.
To learn more about sunscreen and finding out the right one for you and your family, visit the Skin Cancer Foundation page http://www.skincancer.org/prevention/sun-protection/sunscreen