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If the burn is relatively new, as suggested before, it is advisable to stay out of the sun for the first two years. It can be hard to stay completely out of the sun all the time, therefore, I would suggest a total sunblock (I was prescribed one by my GP in the early years). After a couple of years, I would still use a high factor. I too would use a spray, as it is easier to apply, especially hard to reach places. Another suggestion would be to use a kids sunscreen. Hope this helps.