And while I thought I did a fairly thorough investigation of baby sunscreens in the pharmacy aisle, checking for high coverage and sensitivity for eczema-prone skin, it seems that I didn't do a good enough job.
That's because I didn't know about this website.
It appears as though our Neutrogena Baby sunscreen scored a lousy 7/10 while the Aveeno Baby that we used during our entire Cuban vacation in February made the sunscreen Hall of Shame.
So now that we know our sunscreens are no good, what's a mom to do?
Check out the best beach & sport sunscreens. Topping the baby list: California Baby. Unfortunately, this brand is not available in Canada so a trip to Plattsburgh or Burlington may be in order.
Until we have an opportunity for a summer road trip, we'll slather on what we have in the meantime. And give sun hats their rightfully deserved spotlight as the must-have summer accessory.