Mother Alerts: Her Baby's Skin Was Damaged By Common Sunscreen. Now She Wants To Caution Others
The sunscreen products are manufactured to protect our skin from the dangerous sun exposure, however, sometimes they harm even more than the sun. Rebecca Cannon, the 32-year-old mother from Canada, used a spray sunscreen on her 14-month-old daughter, and the toddler developed a severe allergic reaction.
The face of little Kyla got covered with a rash and started blistering and swelling. The terrified mom rushed to the hospital and reported the case to the company of the sunscreen, but no one gave her the clear answer about the reason for such allergy.