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Piz Buin Duo factor 20/10 was £14.99 now £1.87 @ Tesco (instore)

£1.87 @ Tesco
Just back from Tesco (Edinburgh) and got the above for a great price of £1.87 alot of the other Piz Buin range is at £3 or less plus all the other usual sun creams are reduced, also by 50% or more. G…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Just back from Tesco (Edinburgh) and got the above for a great price of £1.87 alot of the other Piz Buin range is at £3 or less plus all the other usual sun creams are reduced, also by 50% or more.
Great if youre having a late holiday.
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#1
do people really pay £14.99 for sun lotion :?
#2
It has been known that some people do actually pay that price. You know what they say about a fool and his money...:whistling:
#3
gkinn
It has been known that some people do actually pay that price. You know what they say about a fool and his money...:whistling:

and what do you use? cheap cooking oil

This is a fantastic price for top quality sun protection. The cheaper brands have been proven to not do what is says and this can be dangerous re. thinking your protected and then hey presto your red raw.

This brand is excellent and does do what is says on the bottle

heat added
#4
Which Tesco Edinburgh? And was there plenty of stock?
#5
bossyboots
and what do you use? cheap cooking oil

This is a fantastic price for top quality sun protection. The cheaper brands have been proven to not do what is says and this can be dangerous re. thinking your protected and then hey presto your red raw.

This brand is excellent and does do what is says on the bottle

heat added


I meant that you can normally get a 2 for 1 offer on all good sun creams rather than getting 1 bottle for £14.99.
This is a great price though.
#6
there that price in edinburagh because you hardly get any sun . look on the bright side , itt will last you a long time :-D
#7
I ususally pay around £20 for P20 as it is awesome however pizz bun is still good. Sadly I don't see this lasting until next year though.
#8
KARLIUS
I ususally pay around £20 for P20 as it is awesome however pizz bun is still good. Sadly I don't see this lasting until next year though.

Once opened it keeps for a year.
#9
KARLIUS
I ususally pay around £20 for P20 as it is awesome however pizz bun is still good. Sadly I don't see this lasting until next year though.

use it this year plenty of sunny places to go to
banned#10
KARLIUS
I ususally pay around £20 for P20 as it is awesome however pizz bun is still good. Sadly I don't see this lasting until next year though.


P20 is £3.24 for 100mls in my local tesco :thumbsup:
#11
bossyboots
and what do you use? cheap cooking oil

This is a fantastic price for top quality sun protection. The cheaper brands have been proven to not do what is says and this can be dangerous re. thinking your protected and then hey presto your red raw.

This brand is excellent and does do what is says on the bottle

heat added


hmmm Didnt this brand fail miserably on the tests done at the start of the summer ... where Asdas own brand wiped the floor with everything around
#12
bossyboots;6370633
and what do you use? cheap cooking oil

This is a fantastic price for top quality sun protection. The cheaper brands have been proven to not do what is says and this can be dangerous re. thinking your protected and then hey presto your red raw.

This brand is excellent and does do what is says on the bottle

heat added


maybe, not guarantee though as you are paying a premium for the name too...although £15 does seem alot but then how much is your health worth...mind u i keep out of the sun....getting a suntan isnt worth risking skin cancer, plus i8m too restless to lie there like a lobster for hours....rather explore countries thanks
#13
andover_boy;6377311
hmmm Didnt this brand fail miserably on the tests done at the start of the summer ... where Asdas own brand wiped the floor with everything around

was that test conducted by the sun (lol) or which?(bigger lol)
#14
red roofer
do people really pay £14.99 for sun lotion :?


just paid £18 for a bottle (spray) in Spain - good stuff tho!

Will check Tesco when I am next there.
#15
After seeing this last night i rushed to my local store as i go away in 2 weeks, but it was still £14.99!!!! BOOOOOO

Great if you can find it
#16
royals
was that test conducted by the sun (lol) or which?(bigger lol)


Yes it was done by which? - but if you read about the the actual study before writing it off you may learn something

Dr Emma Meredith from the UK Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association,

'The test used by Which? is the same as that used by the manufacturers - the International SPF Test Method (2006), as recommended by the European Commission
#17
not in mine either....

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