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Best adult sun cream?

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CheeseEloise1 Tue 09-Aug-16 09:31:09

I was overwhelmed by the choice available at Boots. I have fair skin and tend to burn quite easily. Rather than get one on the Shop's own make, is it worth investing a bit more into something like Piz Buin? Please let me know of any that work well for you?

SerenDippitee Tue 09-Aug-16 09:42:29

Ultrasun is the bomb.

SunsofAlanKey Tue 09-Aug-16 09:50:45

I use Nivea Factor 30 - the milk kind not the clear spray. I find the clear stuff quite harsh on the skin and the time I used it I burnt as I had missed a patch. I have fair skin and burn easily but a good slosh of factor 30 throughout the day works well for me.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Tue 09-Aug-16 09:52:37

I really rate Aldi Calypso once a day factor 20- it's like a gel and low factor but none of us freckly fair ones in my family seem to be burning, it's great stuff.

StillSmallVoiceOfCalm Tue 09-Aug-16 09:59:42

Ultrasun. Is indeed The Bomb.
It works and I'm not allergic to it. And no more slapping lotion on ever 20 minutes.

heatherwithapee Tue 09-Aug-16 10:03:29

SunSense is great. It's Australian so very effective. Also low allergy risk. It's often prescribed by GPs for eczema suffers.

YorkieDorkie Tue 09-Aug-16 10:07:25

I was also going to mention ALDI calypso factor 20. It's a once a day gel and I just slather that on in the morning and top up with my FL suncream <hides> because it doesn't fucking stain clothing or whichever brand. I haven't used any others for years.

NannyR Tue 09-Aug-16 10:18:58

Aldi's own brand is a which best buy, it has better uva protection than nivea and ambre solaire (5 stars versus 3 stars) and it's cheap so you can use it liberally.
Ultrasun is also great but more pricy.

bearofnothingness Tue 09-Aug-16 10:28:38

Ultrasun too, usually you can get good offers on QVC or TK Maxx

specialsubject Tue 09-Aug-16 14:55:17

I like ambre solaire, doesn't stink too badly and not greasy.

Unless you are made of money, not boots! Wilkinson, home bargains, b and m, superdrug.

LordRothermereBlackshirtCunt Tue 09-Aug-16 15:02:38

I'd be wary of buying something like sun cream at TK Maxx. Their toiletries are often old or expired stock, and that's not a risk you want to take with sunscreen.

Glitteryfrog Tue 09-Aug-16 15:26:50

I wear boots soltan factor 50 clear spray.
Non greasy

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