The Simpsons Factor 30 & 15 suncream in handy travel sized bottles. £1 @ PoundLand - HotUKDeals
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Handy travel bottles of suncream, I have bought 3 Bart Simpson ones in Factor 30 and a larger Homer Simpson Factor 15 one.

Can't go wrong for a quid and handy for the kids to take to school!

Don't know what's happened!

Available in Poundland!


75ml
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#1
where from?

got to deal not working
#2
Where have u bought it from - it doesn't say in your post and your link just goes to another hot deals page
#3
vip887
where from?

got to deal not working


You just beat me to it.

People voting it hot without correct info on post?
1 Like #4
Cheap brand. Wouldn't trust it on my children's skin.
2 Likes #5
*May tan your skin yellow
#6
The factor 15 and also the aftersun is 99p in home bargains. I purchased my daugther some for a school trip.:{
#7
Its awful really sticky, I use to work in a nursery and of all the different types of suncream they kiddies use to bring in, this was the worse.


Edited By: sanmarco5 on May 13, 2011 09:31
1 Like #8
I wouldn't put any cheap suncream on my suns skin. Its the one area thats worth the additional expense.
#9
This will last one day! then will of run out
#10
cheap and nasty, why take a chance with your kids skin buy some propper stuff, otherwise it might be a case of DOH..
#11
nice one, heat added.
1 Like #12
Spent the afternoon in casualty after using this,
#13
gusco
Cheap brand. Wouldn't trust it on my children's skin.


It's as good as the ones costing 20x - read the lable, the ingredients are much the same.

You don't help your child paying a fortune for a brand name - unless you're worried about someone *seeing* a cheap brand on the beach?

Is image really more important than your child?
#14
Quadrille
gusco
Cheap brand. Wouldn't trust it on my children's skin.


It's as good as the ones costing 20x - read the lable, the ingredients are much the same.

You don't help your child paying a fortune for a brand name - unless you're worried about someone *seeing* a cheap brand on the beach?

Is image really more important than your child?


The cheap ones don't have protection against one of the harmful rays (UVB?) - it isn't included in the factor.

Though saying that, the people moaning on here are just scaremongering. The sun cream when they were little was significantly worse than it is now yet they aren't all covered in skin cancer. I wouldn't advise this is used as a main suncream in the hottest part of the day/year, but for times like this it will do the job just fine.
#15
alisonhockey34
I wouldn't put any cheap suncream on my suns skin. Its the one area thats worth the additional expense.
You don't put it on the sun that would be asking for trouble.
banned#16
Never had any suncream on as a kid and used to run around playing skins v tops all day. How come I was always on skins side?

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