With summertime now over, you might be tempted to think that you don't need to worry about your baby and the sun. But autumn and winter sun brings about a different kind of problem.
Experts agree that cot naps are the best. But being housebound every day is not always realistic for you and your family. So when you need to be out of the house, what are the best tips for ensuring that your baby sleeps well in their pram?
The choice of sunscreen is important and some parents worry whether sunscreen chemicals can either irritate baby skin, or penetrate it and cause health issues. So what should you consider when buying a sunscreen for babies?
As a parent, you can feel as if you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. This summer’s stories of babies having bad skin reactions to sunscreens is enough to make anyone pause for thought. So is sunscreen for babies a real issue?
Some sunscreen brands have recently suffered a backlash from worried parents. But the Cancer Council say that confusion on how to apply sunscreen is the problem. So how do you know whether you are applying it properly?
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