I know a child who had a severe reaction to Kids Banana Boat SPF30+.( NOT 50+ ).Places sush as her ear lobes which had extra lotion because hats don’t always shade as well as they should were the worst. Like red bricks. Luckily she didn’t have blisters. Her parents took her to the Dr. as they were afraid it be something else serious. The Dr. prescribed mild child dosage of a medication they normally give to adults. All Banana has been disposed of. It isn’t used by anybody or relatives of the family now. They had spent a few hours at a partially shaded park abd they all had their hats on all the time. Not at the beach where you can also get sunburnt more from the reflection off the water. There is a possibility that the Cancer Council sunscreens were made by the same company. In actual fact the main difference between Kids Suncreen and the one Adults use is the fragrance added to it and the chemicals to hold the fragrance in it. Unnecessary chemicals.
Published 22nd April 2019