Preventing baby sunburn

Treating sunburn

If your child does get sunburned, ease his discomfort by placing a cool flannel on the burned skin for at least 20 minutes. Your healthcare provider might also recommend paracetamol or ibuprofen. A greasy ointment like petroleum jelly or aloe vera will help to heal your child's skin, lessen his pain and prevent dryness. If the sunburn blisters, it's a second-degree burn and needs medical attention.

Learn more about sun safety and baby skin care. Your baby’s skin is very sensitive and you need to take care of it even during the winters, Visit Pampers AE to get tips on how to protect your baby’s skin in winter.


Avoid re-burning: Any skin that's been damaged by the sun will need extra protection for a full year.

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