What’s appropriate for children?


Parents are just as online as their children now, if not more, so it make become difficult to discern what is appropriate for children. — Dreamstime/TNS

THE new trend of children seeking out skincare products is just the latest example of children latching onto things they watch on the Internet.

This has once again raised the question of how much unsupervised influence children are getting from celebrities and influencers on social media.

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