Our body needs sunlight, but direct sunlight has a number of adverse effects. Healthy lifestyle nowadays also includes effective light protection. And protecting children's skins requires special care.Children's skin differs from adults in many ways, it is much more sensitive to sunlight, so in some cases the light gets even higher. The natural color and pigmentation of the skin is provided by melanin. By exposure to sunlight, our cells produce large amounts of melanin to protect the skin from the sun. However, the cells responsible for pigmentation in the skin of children are less active, resulting in enhanced UV sensitivity. Children with light-skinned, fair-haired freckles produce less melanin in their skin and are more prone to burns. It is also important that the skin of the little ones is much thinner, so it is very important to choose the right kind of protection for the needs of the children.