(KGTV) — A story that caught our eye claims this fall will be the first time children in South Carolina can bring sunscreen to school without a doctor's note.
It's actually true.
Until now, sunscreen was prohibited in South Carolina public schools because it's regulated by the FDA and considered over-the-counter medication which students couldn't bring to class without a doctor's permission.
But a new law is changing that.
Starting this school year, students can bring sunscreen to school, although it's limited to creams and lotions.
Aerosols and sprays are still not allowed.