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(topical) (cream, Stick, Gel/jelly, Lotion, Spray)

May help protect your skin from sunburn, skin cancer, and other damage caused by the sun.


Ti-Screen Moisturizing Sunscreen, Baby Sunscreen, Sport Sunscreen, Chap Stick Ultra, Blistex Ultra Protection
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Ti-Screen Moisturizing Sunscreen, Baby Sunscreen, Sport Sunscreen, Chap Stick Ultra, Blistex Ultra Protection
May help protect your skin from sunburn, skin cancer, and other damage caused by the sun.

  • Store the sunscreen at room temperature away from heat and direct light.
  • Do not freeze. Keep all medicine out of the reach of children.

How To Use
  • APPEARANCE: Cream, Stick, Gel/Jelly, Lotion, Spray. Most sunscreens are applied about 15 to 30 minutes before you go out into the sun.
  • Sunscreens that contain PABA should be used about 1 to 2 hours before sun exposure.
  • There are many different kinds of sunscreens, so instructions may change with each product.
  • Always read and follow the instructions on the package label. Use the sunscreen on your skin only.
  • Do not get it in your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Do not use the spray on your face.
  • A sunscreen stick or lip balm especially made for your face is easy to use.
  • Apply a thick layer of sunscreen to all skin areas exposed to the sun.
  • Reapply the sunscreen about every 2 hours, or after swimming, towel drying, or heavy sweating. If the sunscreen contains alcohol, you should not use it near a fire or if you are smoking.

Side Effects
  • If you notice these less serious side effects, talk with your doctor: Rash

  • Talk with your doctor if you have had an allergic reaction to a sunscreen.
  • Even if you have had an allergic reaction to one sunscreen, you still may be able to use another sunscreen that contains different ingredients.

Drug Interactions
  • You should not use sunscreens on children younger than 6 months of age unless you have first talked with your child's doctor.
  • Children younger than 6 months old may absorb sunscreen through their skin into their bodies.
  • It is best to keep infants younger than 6 months old out of the sun.
  • If this cannot be avoided, lightweight clothes and a hat may help protect an infant from the sun. Sunscreens work by either absorbing or reflecting the sun's ultraviolet radiation (UVR).
  • UVR causes skin cancer, sunburns, and premature aging of skin (wrinkles and dry, thinning skin).
  • Clouds will filter some UVR, but not all.
  • You will still need to use sunscreen even when it is cloudy. UVR can reflect off of light surfaces such as sand and snow.
  • Wear a sunscreen when are out in the snow to keep from getting a sunburn. Sunscreens are rated by SPFs (sun protection factors).
  • Use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15.
  • Children older than 6 months of age should wear a sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher when outdoors.
  • If you need more protection or have fair skin, an SPF of 20 to 30 (or higher) can be used.
  • You can also protect your skin by wearing a hat and lightweight clothes. To prevent skin damage, avoid being in the sun between the hours of 10 AM and 3 PM, when the sun's rays are strongest. Sunscreens that contain PABA may permanently stain your clothing yellow.

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