Halloween is back, but researchers say the most frightening Halloween costume for kids is the face paint.
It’s the most common Halloween costume, with almost 40 million people wearing it annually, according to the CDC.
But the CDC says that paint can also cause serious health problems, including breathing problems, skin problems, burns and blindness.
This is because paint can irritate the eyes, which is why some children can get themchy eyes, the CDC said.
That’s because the paint can rub off the eyelid and onto the skin.
The CDC says it’s a good idea to avoid wearing face paint and paint on your face for the next two weeks, and to avoid touching your eyes, ears or nose during the two weeks.
And don’t take the paint and the paint-soaked mask home to use for any other purpose.
So it’s important to get your eyes checked out if you have them.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says most of the cases are linked to older children who aren’t properly dressed or exposed to people who don’t look their age.
They recommend people get a face mask and keep a clean face and avoid wearing makeup.
So far, there have been no confirmed cases of eye damage, but it’s not unheard of, experts say.
To get the most out of the costume, don’t wear it with other makeup, wash your face and wash your hands thoroughly.