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dd 6.5 mths very sensitive skin. Has got sunburnt today in the cloud ! Help.

(9 Posts)
lilyloo Wed 20-Aug-08 20:11:18

Any suggestions other than covering her in suncream when we go out.
Today we went to the zoo armed with rain coats etc. Luckily the rain held off and the sun did appear from behind the clouds for a brief second.
However it was cloudy and dd has got sunburnt cheeks blush
My other dc's are fine and dd1 is very blonde fair skin.
dd2 has strawberry blonde hair. Will i need to put cream on her when we go out even in the cloud ?
She also has eczema so have tried to avoind sun cream as this seemed to irritate when we used it on holiday.
Now feel very bad although dd doesn't seem to mind! sad

LIZS Wed 20-Aug-08 20:12:27

I thought ds had got sunburnt on his cheeks as a baby - he was teething !

lilyloo Wed 20-Aug-08 20:15:32

That's what i am hoping LIZ but they feel warm would they do that if teething ?

LIZS Wed 20-Aug-08 20:24:28

Quite possibly. I was taking ds, then about 4/5 motnhs, up on the train to London to visit work and a lady commented on how he was teething . I said no and thought what an interfering old bint. Two days later out popped 2 teeth blush

lilyloo Wed 20-Aug-08 20:46:43

Teething very posible we already have a couple!

nappyaddict Wed 20-Aug-08 21:04:31

hope it is teething then

lilyloo Wed 20-Aug-08 21:18:39

anyone any good suncream ideas that can be used with eczema if not ?
As much as i would like it to be i don't think it is teething blush

nappyaddict Wed 20-Aug-08 21:45:40

my cousin uses something called ultra sun.

lilyloo Wed 20-Aug-08 21:48:28

Thanks nappy will look that up

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