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Sunscreen- non-greasy instant sink-in spray?

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Flossyfloof Fri 05-Jun-15 16:41:30

My o/h is bald. He is in and out of doors all day and rarely thinks to put on a hat. He doesn't use sun cream but if I could get a non-greasy one that he could just quickly spray on his head in the morning I think he might try.
It needs to be transparent and non greasy so as not to affect the little hair he has!
Any ideas gratefully received!

JohnCusacksWife Fri 05-Jun-15 16:48:02

Ultrasun sports gel - non-sticky, non-greasy, absorbs v quickly, and lasts all day.

Flossyfloof Sat 06-Jun-15 12:07:48

Great, thank you very much

averythinline Sat 06-Jun-15 12:16:12

2nd ultrasun the spray is fab the spf30 is fab

Loval Sat 06-Jun-15 13:42:53

Butting in to enquire, is the Ultrasun ok to use on the face?
I'm very shiny of face during the summer months and all sunscreens make it worse. Need something non-greasy or mattifying.

The Ambre Solaire aerosols are clear and sink in quickly.

averythinline Sun 07-Jun-15 13:38:19

Yes have used the ultrasun on face and havent notified matifying, but def not greasy

Delphine31 Sun 07-Jun-15 13:51:19

Soltan invisible might do the job.

It soaks in very quickly, in fact I've decided not to use it any more because when I'm applying it, it's not obvious which bits I've done and which I'm still to do!

squizita Sun 07-Jun-15 15:02:47

I use amber solair dry oil. I just can't use milk ones. Malibu does a decent budget dry oil too.

Considering soltan next though as I've heard good things.

patterkiller Sun 07-Jun-15 15:09:51

I love the Malibu one both factor 30 and 50. And I think £3.99.

Shinyandnew1 Sun 07-Jun-15 15:21:21

Patterkiller-can I ask where you buy the Malibu spray from for £3.99?

Kaspar19 Sun 07-Jun-15 16:41:15

I use p20 which isn't instantly dry, but after about 20mins it is and you wouldn't know you had anything on. It was originally designed for balding heads :-)

HelenF350 Sun 07-Jun-15 16:44:40

Calypso dry oil spray, £2.99 from home bargains. Best sunscreen I have ever used.

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