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No Sun For Babies provides education and tools to new parents as they start their journey understanding how to keep their baby safe in the sun. Sun safety behavior starts at birth.

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Ways to protect Babies from the SUn


Shade the baby! 
Baby’s skin is thinner and more delicate than older children and adults. A sunburned baby is not a happy baby. We all want happy, healthy babies!


Hydrate the baby! 

Dehydration can cause exhaustion and heatstroke. Breast milk or formula has all of the nutrients and fluids necessary to keep your baby hydrated.

Avoid Sunburn

Cover The Baby! 
Keep babies out of direct sun. Sun protective clothing and a wide-brimmed hat are a must. Parents and caregivers, these tiny humans are depending on you.



  • Baby’s skin is more delicate & thinner than older children and adults.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that younger.babies – under 6 months – be kept away from direct sunlight.
  • A sunscreen containing zinc oxide or titanium dioxide is preferred. Please consult with physician prior to choosing a sunscreen. 

Did you know? Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. It only takes one blistering sunburn during childhood to nearly double a person’s chance of developing melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer—in their lifetime.

Join us today in providing new parents with a Coolibar UPF blanket and invaluable tips to protect their newborns (0-6 months) from ultraviolet light. 

 By sponsoring our No Sun for Babies Program, you will be doing a world of good–spreading skin cancer awareness and creating healthy, sun-protective habits for newborns and their families. Your support will help save lives!

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