The Worst Sunscreens Of 2018 For Kids Have Inaccurate SPF Labels: Report

little girl getting sunblock applied to her back

HUFFPOST — Parents trust that sunscreen they buy for their kids is safe, but a new report by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) proves that’s not always the case. Bobby Buka, MD, founder of Bobby Buka MD Dermatology and contributing founder and chief science officer of the First Aid Beauty skincare line, lends his expertise on the topic. Read the full article here.