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ilovesprouts Sun 31-May-09 12:35:03

hi ive got some suncream from last year [tescos] can anybody recommend a good one for 2 year old pale skin sandy/blonde hair

IneedacleanerIamalazyslattern Sun 31-May-09 12:57:57

I have always quite liked the TEsco ones.
Always buy over factor 25/30 antyhing above that doesn't actually give any extra protection and if you look at the back they have a star rating on them 5 stars being the best.
My children are slightly darker than me I am pale and freckled and burn if I look out the window on a sunny day and we all use the factor 30 kids Tesco one and apply regularly never had any problems and the price is so reasonable.

SoupDragon Sun 31-May-09 12:59:07

I like the Boots Soltan Once creams.

ilovesprouts Sun 31-May-09 13:22:34

ive got the tescos sfp 50 5***

jollyjoanne Sun 31-May-09 13:35:43

If you like any of the named brands Ambre Solaire etc I suggest getting yourself to Home Bargains if you have one nearby - they sell them at about 1/4 of the price that they are in Boots!

Jux Sun 31-May-09 13:40:02

We've just got some new stuff from Boots. Soltan or something. SPF 50, bloody expensive, about a tenner.

mummymimi Sun 31-May-09 20:40:10

Boots are advertising buy 1 get 1 free on suncreams on the TV. I like the Boots one or ambra9(?) solaire and I always buy factor 50 to be on the safe side.

feedthegoat Sun 31-May-09 20:44:39

I've just got some Ambre Solaire Rapido SPF 50 for ds. It is an aerosol spray and is a much lighter texture than high spf creams usually are making it a bit easier to rub plenty in. I liked it so much I've bought the SPF 30 one for myself. It is half price in Tesco at the moment.

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