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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    You were the one who said it was happening with Peppa pig. The mum rubbed the sunscreen all over her baby's body. There is no need for a 3 month old baby to have sunscreen all over their body.

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/par...ef76682a800689
    I had heard it, was passing on a warning.

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    Was discussing this with DH and he said that he actually has an allergic reaction to zinc based sunscreens. He comes up in an angry burning red rash. His parents found out the hard way when they slathered him in it one day and he had an awful reaction. So I guess it can happen with anything really... Lesson here is to always patch test, follow the instructions, and use other sun protection measures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Fwiw, we've used the Cancer Council Peppa Pig sunscreen for ages. We find it great.
    Us too! And my kids have the palest and most sensitive skin. Which leads me to believe maybe it's a bad batch

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    I've only ever had Banana boat once I was very red that night after 4 hours at the beach, so I never used it again.
    Last year a pharmacist suggested one called Keysun Zinke, I used to get a weird rash with coloured Zinc, but this one works really well for me and it doesn't have that oily feeling about it you get with others, I don't feel a need to wash it off as soon as I get home.
    This stuff: http://www.keysun.com.au/store/key-s...500g-pump-pack

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