It’s extensively agreed upon amongst board-certified dermatologists that the typical individual ought to apply 2 milligrams of sunscreen per sq. centimeter of pores and skin for the physique — about one shot glass’s value, if you’ll — and half a teaspoon to the face and neck mixed. Needless to say, in the event you’re solely a couple of foot tall and never truly a residing factor, you in all probability do not want that a lot. Kylie Jenner‘s daughter, Stormi, is not taking any probabilities along with her Little Mermaid doll’s pores and skin well being, although.
On Tuesday, June 8, Jenner posted a video to her Instagram Stories in which Stormi is seen along with her arms and ft absolutely doused in sunscreen. It’s all the time a sensible transfer to make sure protection of your limbs, however it appears Stormi’s cakey, white solid is the results of serving to her Ariel doll get the solar safety she wants. (Mermaids want sunscreen, too, y’all.)
“What did I say, Stormi” Jenner says as she movies her three-year-old’s messy state of affairs. “What did I say when I gave you the sunscreen to put on your dolly? I said don’t put too much.”
In all equity, Stormi did not truly get an excessive amount of on Ariel’s “skin.” Most of the sunscreen — it seems to be Babyganics SPF 50+ Sunscreen Lotion — is on the doll’s hair and tail (although that is technically pores and skin, too, I suppose), to not point out on the wooden flooring and, in fact, throughout Stormi’s extremities.
Stormi, in fact, has the proper toddler response to Jenner’s light scolding: “Um, ma, I wanna go wash my hands.”
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