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    strike71 Guest

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    anyone have any recommendation on infant sunscreeN?

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    HeatherW Guest

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    I have been using California Baby sunscreen products- works great with my DDs fair skin!

    ps. on sale at Babycenter.com now, too.

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    jgwcrna Guest

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    I asked my dermatologist what to use when DS reached 6 months and she recommended any sunscreen made with "Parsol 1789" as the active ingredient. She uses one made by Loreal called "Ombrelle" on her 3 little ones. I found it at almost any drugstore, Walgreens, Eckerd Drugs, etc... and think it works great. HTH!

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    alkagift is offline Sapphire level (2000+ posts)
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    My dermatologist recommended Blue Lizard for babies.

    Allison
    Mommy to Matthew Clayton, who is TWO!

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    wendmatt is offline Sapphire level (2000+ posts)
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    I've found the Banana Boat Baby magic 50, instant protection works best for us. I would like to try the California Baby stuff I have heard it's great but don't know where to find it.

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    rclasco Guest

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    Look for a product that contains eiter zinc oxide or titanium oxide. I use Baby Blankets. I buy it at Toys R Us or Babies R Us.

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    We use Neutrogena for sensitive skin. It contains titanium oxide.
    Mommy to 2 DS's (2003 and 2007)

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    cca is offline Copper level (50+ posts)
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    Default RE: sunscreen

    we use the baby blanket sunscreen stick as well. Very easy to apply. Most of the time the area around the eye i'll use my finger to apply the sunscreen or if its really bright we just have dh wear sunglasses.

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