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The time has come for vacations and vacations. A sunburn in a child is common during this period. Many do reviews, posts and articles on what you need to put in the medicine cabinet, which sun creams to take. But these are measures to prevent unpleasant symptoms. What to do if a child’s sunburn does happen? I will talk about this in this summer article.
What can trigger a sunburn in children
This phenomenon can be caused by exposure to both the sun and artificial UV radiation (lamps). UV can be of two types: A and B (depending on the wavelength). Type B is a thousand times more active. It can quickly lead to burns and damage to the skin, premature aging. It is known that the susceptibility of people to UV radiation is individual and higher in fair-skinned and blue-eyed. They burn faster and stronger. Certain drugs and substances can provoke a quick sunburn in the rest. Continue reading