If you're trying to protect your kids from the sun, you should stay away from sunscreen that comes in a spray bottle - so says Consumer Reports. ABC News reports the concern with spray-on sunscreen is kids might breathe it in, which could be dangerous - even though there's no medical evidence to support that, yet. Consumer Reports recommends keeping it away from kids. ABC News Chief Health and Medical Editor Doctor Richard Besser offers these tips: make sure you're not using it on a windy day, because you can't control where you're going and that you never want to spray it on their face, so spray it on your hands then rub it on their face. And he says - reapply it often.