Your toddler still may suffer from diaper rashes occasionally, but because she is more mobile, she is likely more at risk of sunburns.
Severe sunburns that occur when you are a child can increase your risk, as does prolonged exposure to these rays over the years.
It also contributes to sunburns and cataracts.
They cause the sunburns you can instantly see when you've spent too much time in the sun.
Sunburns may be avoided by the liberal use of a sunscreen containing either an opaque active ingredient such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide or a nonopaque active ingredient such as PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) or benzophenone.