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How to Keep Kids Safe from the Sun on a Beach Vacation

Want to see a blank stare? Tell a two-year-old they need sunscreen to reduce their skin cancer risk later in life. Kids, especially young kids, are terrible at risk assessment, and even worse at staying still for reapplications of sunscreen every 60 to 90 minutes. So while the sunscreen is important, it shouldn’t be your only line of defense for small kids.

Happily, there are now many new and better ways to shield small, wiggly kids from dangerous rays. On a recent family vacation, I put nine such products to the test, pitting my own two small children against the strong Hawaiian sun. With the help of these sun-protective products, we returned happy and sunburn free.

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