Riemann P20 Sun Lotion - £6.48 for 100ml bottle online and in store at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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I was in Tesco in North Berwick, near Edinburgh, today and bought some sun lotion for the scorching weather I'm hoping comes along this summer!

Anyway I was going to get something cheap but spotted Riemann P20 (100ml) for only £6.48 which is very cheap compared to what I've paid previously for this (I think it usually sells for about £13 a bottle this size). The shelf label wasn't yellow so didn't appear to be a special offer, but this looks to me to be pretty much half the normal price.

Also just checked online where it does show up as being half price down to £6.48.

Hopefully this helps someone who was planning to buy this for their summer holidays.

NOTE that this offer expires on 10th May so you'll need to get it delivered or buy in store by Sunday to get this deal.
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This is possibly the best sun lotion on the market - apply once and you're sorted.

Very good price.
This is a great price and the very best sun lotion i have ever used, and I am very fair and burn really easily, I even used this in eygpt last sept and just popped it on in the morning a was fine all day.
Hopefully stop my husband burning to a crisp in Turkey :whistling:
[COLOR="Purple"]would this be ok for kids in majorca in july??[/COLOR]
yeah this would be great for kids as you dont have to keep re applying it all the time xxx
We have used this many times,including on liveaboards while scuba diving and in Hawaii when the sun index was at its highest,it has never let us down.
I would certainly recommend it for kiddies,just make sure you cover every exposed part of the body(or better still pop it on before they get dressed and apply it everywhere)
great price.
any 1 got direct link to this cant seem to find deal
Best sun cream on the market. Just been to my local Tesco marked up as £12.96 per bottle but scanned at £6.48. Sorted for the summer. Bargain !!!
Not sure if this will work, but here is a link to the product on the tesco website - alternatively do a search for "P20" on the tesco website.

Really glad to hear some people have used this and it works, I was never sure if it could really last all day! I'll get some! Heat and rep added.
This is great stuff, I used to burn really easily but never burn now. Just make sure you follow the instructions, especially the first time you use it.
This is a really good price as I usually pay about £12 for it, really good as you only need to apply it once and its not greasy so great for the beach you dont end up with sand stuck to you. Its just a pity I cant use it on the kids as they have eczema and it stings them so would just like to mention that if you have eczema or sensitive skin it might not be suitable other than that its great. Thanks for the post
I understand they have recently changed the formulation so it now includes some UVA protection (didn't used to have any!) does anyone know how much? Usually use ultrasun as it comes in higher UVB protection and has 93% UVA but if this offered decent UVA protection it would be fine for everyone except the kids?
By the way, personally wouldn't use spf 20 on kids, UVA protection or not
We've always used the Piz Buin one day stuff which is superb. I've heard this stuff can stain clothes?
Top notch and also 100ml will pass through Security for on board luggage !
Fabulous stuff
Although this is a new formula this stuff does stain clothes. Not with everyone, but it does stain.

It is fine for children and really does not need to be re-applyed.

Just remember though that it is sun factor 20, not 30,40 or 50

With kids in mind, although you may not need to re-apply the time they can tolerate in the sun will be reduced. In fact re-applying is not like normal sun tan lotion. You should wash off residue of old application by taking a shower (easier said than done as it is supposed to not wash off), then re-apply new oil waiting the recommended 15 mins.

My son is pretty dark skinned and it was fine on him from the age of 2.

I have sort of stopped using it now and have another choice. I can't remember the name but it is pretty much the same idea but it's a mousse. Much nicer to apply and I think sun factor 30. I got the last lot confiscated at the airport as I forgot it can't be taken through as hand luggage and that's all I had. I'll post the other product when I remember it.

This is a good price for this product though.

EDIT: The other brand I will use is Bergaderm
http://www.babyexpert.com/Product-reviews/Bergaderm-Sunscreen-Mousse-for-Kids-Factor-30/productreview lasts for 6 hours and sun factor 30 is a better choice than 'all day long' sun factor 20.
Well there you go, Piz Buin doesn't stain so just go with that like we do.
I love this stuff - I'm very fair skinned, and no matter what, I used to always burn at some point every summer. And I don't just mean a bit of sunburn, I mean blisters, writhing in agony burning. Traditional creams don't last long and keep lathing it on all day and they just don't go in that well.

I got put on to this about 6 years ago, and now smother myself every morning all over if I'm on holiday, and on all my exposed bits if it's in this country. It goes in so easily, it's easy to make sure you've covered everywhere - and once in, forget it for the rest of the day, you're covered. It does stain when wet, so I usually put it on and sit on a towel having my brekkie for 5 minutes till it dries. I've not burnt since, and by the end of a week holiday I'm usually getting a bit of a tan too. And not wanting to get too metrosexual, but it's like a moisturiser too.

Great stuff, can't recommend it enough - for this price I'll be getting a few to last me. £12 is the normal price I pay, or £20 for the 200ml, and it's well worth it at that.
Having said all that - I can't find it on their web site at all.
EDIT: The other brand I will use is Bergaderm
http://www.babyexpert.com/Product-re.../productreview lasts for 6 hours and sun factor 30 is a better choice than 'all day long' sun factor 20.

I've used this sun lotion for years, it's brilliant! But can't find it anywhere this year, used to get it in Sainsburys or Matalan. Does anyone know where you can buy it or what's happened to it?
Just to add I had a look at this while in tesco yesterday and it now has a 3* UVA rating which although this is rated as "good" similar products such as ultrasun, piz buin once a day and boots once a day offer 5* UVA protection.

Low UVA protection is what allows P20 to get you a gradual tan without burning but be aware that there is evidence suggesting that UVA can damage the genetic material in skin cells - the DNA - and may also help to cause cancer.

EDIT: I think bergaderm has been rebranded as the sun mousse?
I've used P20 for years, since my father in law, a fellow blue-skinned Celt, recommended it. As a BBC cameraman he was out in all weathers and had no time to faff about with suncream so it was perfect for him.

Two caveats: you have to let it dry properly before you put clothes on, or it will stain, though the stains do come out in the wash.

Secondly, a neighbour of ours reported an allergic reaction to it. She said it contains a cactus extract called pabra which some people react to. She might have been wrong, but don't smother your kids in it without testing it on a small patch of skin first.

( I tested it on my kids and neither of them had an adverse reaction; but I ended up sticking to water-resistant Nivea factor 30 for them, because its easier to be sure you haven't missed a bit. - p20 is totally transparent.)
Picked the last 3 bottles up on Friday from the longton store. None left in Trent Vale (stoke on Trent)

Excellent stuff. Can't say it's ever marked any of my clothes.
I have quite fair skin. I have to be careful for the first few days using piz buin spf15 in the past (but reapplying through the day), and then the second week using piz buin spf8 but applying once in the morning.
If I use P20 will I only have to apply once from the outset and will I still come back with a nice tan? Because, for all the careful application of the piz buin, I do end up with a nice tan normally.

I'd hate to come back from holiday without a tan!!!!!!

If I use P20 will I only have to apply once from the outset and will I still come back with a nice tan? Because, for all the careful application of the piz buin, I do end up with a nice tan normally.

I'd hate to come back from holiday without a tan!!!!!!

Using p20 every day for two weeks you will slowly develop a soft golden tan... at least I did in the days when I used to sunbathe.

Guy up the road from us was one of those blokes who took his shirt off as soon as the sun came out in May and didn't put it back on till the end of September. He had an amazing copper brown tan. Died last year at 60, of skin cancer...

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