La Roche-Posay Anthelios Dermo Pediatric Wet Skin Gel SPF50 Children… La Roche-Posay Anthelios Dermo Pediatric is a sunscreen specially developed to protect the sensitive skin of babies and children from sun exposure. Also suitable for sensitive skin, with atopic tendency and skin intolerant to the sun. Ideal for face and body application. With a very high protection factor (SPF50 +), Anthelios Dermo Pediatric is photostable and guarantees protection from broad spectrum UVA/UVB rays. This sun care offers enhanced protection against UVA rays, superior to the European recommendation for sun products. Formulated with a patented filter system (Mexoplex) that ensures XL skin protection. A sun care with high sun protection, highly water resistant, which can be applied to wet skin. Ideal for children’s sensitive skin, sun-intolerant skin and intense sun exposure. This solar care is ideal for restless children who love to play in the water. Constituted with a Wet Skin technology, this sun protector is incredibly water resistant. This is because it creates a hydrolipid film around the skin that helps repel water. It also allows sunscreen application even on wet skin. The wait between the drying of the skin and the reapplication of the sun care is over. Also formulated with La Roche-Posay Thermal Water. So it has, besides protection, soothing and antioxidant action. Anthelios Dermo Pediatric Wet Skin has an invisible gel texture that is very easy to apply and quickly absorbed. Also, it leaves no white spots on the skin. Light, fresh, non-greasy and non-sticky. A formula designed to protect children without compromising their comfort and well-being. It is a sun care 100% tested on allergic and very sensitive skin. Thus, it is suitable for all skin types: reactive, acne prone, atopic or damaged skin. For this purpose, it contains no perfume nor parabens in its formula. Developed in collaboration with dermatologists and toxicologists and tested under pediatric and dermatological control. Concerns for sun exposure… Children are more vulnerable to sun exposure. Therefore, we must protect them to the fullest. Apply high SPF sunscreen 30 minutes before sun exposure and renew at least in every 2 hours. Avoid sun exposure between 11am and 4pm. In addition to sunscreen, be careful to put on sunglasses, a wide-brimmed hat and a t-shirt. Hydration is critical at high temperatures, so don’t forget to give your child plenty of water. Children under 3 years of age should not be exposed to direct sunlight.