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tesco kids suncream,factor 25 just 18p

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noticed these while doing a shop at ystrad mynach tesco.had quite a few on the shelf. in a yellow bottle,factor 25.does say for kids but sure it would suit anyone. also they had tesco value factor… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
noticed these while doing a shop at ystrad mynach tesco.had quite a few on the shelf.
in a yellow bottle,factor 25.does say for kids but sure it would suit anyone.

also they had tesco value factor 25 bottles for 12p a bottle.

also tesco baby sun cream tube,factor 50 for 50p.
hope this helps someone x
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#1
I always buy Tesco Kids sunscreen for the whole family I find it less greasy than the adult version.
#2
Tesco in Loughborough had loads of these at this price!
#3
hot got some today hope to get some sun in the summer so the kids can use it,voted hot. but scanned at 20p.
#4
Good price, however is this old stock they are clearing? It's known that even unopened, suncream deteriorates over time.
In particular with kids stuff, if it's been lying around over 12 months even unopened, it should be binned.
#5
went to tesco picked up some of the baby factor 50, scanned it on the self price checker and it was 50p but when i got to the tills it was normal price of £3??? the assistant just shrugged when i asked why?? gutted! would have been perfect for little one on our summmer hols!
#6
I wouldn't trust old stock of suncream...My Sister had a very bad experience with it on holiday a couple of years ago!!
#7
chas76
I wouldn't trust old stock of suncream...My Sister had a very bad experience with it on holiday a couple of years ago!!


Quite, the amount of children I used to see badly sunburnt in hospital. It would be one of several reasons, no sunblock, forgot to reapply or using old stuff which had deteriorated.
Be very careful about buying cheap, old stock suncream to save a few pennies, just not worth it where babies/kids are concerned.
#8
Nonsense, there is no evidence whatsoever that suntan cream will deteriorate, all it is is a pigment in a cream that acts as a sun filter, give the bottle a good shake before use as the components may have separated in an older bottle.

Absolute bargain at this price, where most people go wrong is in NOT reapplying after a few hours in the sun or after swimming and then burning,
if you go to Alcudia in Majorca I have recently read on a forum that a bottle of suntan cream is almost £15 in the shops out there Ouch !

I suspect that they have a load in stock and it`s not shifting and judging by the weather in Bristol today (raining again) then you might not need any this year in the UK, I just checked a few bottles I have at home and only one brand (E45) has a use by date on it !
Ambre Solaire which is one of the most popular brands does NOT have a use by date.
#9
Young Children should never be exposed to sun for any length of time, if they are then it`s got be Factor 50 or higher, I`m almost 49 and I use high factors for a few days (yes I use Factor 50) and then go lower but NEVER use anything under Factor 15 !
#10
milocoon
Nonsense, there is no evidence whatsoever that suntan cream will deteriorate, all it is is a pigment in a cream that acts as a sun filter, give the bottle a good shake before use as the components may have separated in an older bottle.
Absolute bargain at this price, where most people go wrong is in NOT reapplying after a few hours in the sun or after swimming and then burning,
if you go to Alcudia in Majorca I have recently read on a forum that a bottle of suntan cream is almost £15 in the shops out there Ouch !

I suspect that they have a load in stock and it`s not shifting and judging by the weather in Bristol today (raining again) then you might not need any this year in the UK, I just checked a few bottles I have at home and only one brand (E45) has a use by date on it !
Ambre Solaire which is one of the most popular brands does NOT have a use by date.


Yes there is actually, and I saw plenty of cases where suncream deteriorated overtime, leaving me to treat badly sunburnt children :)
SPF's deteriorate over a period of time, expect more manufacturers adding sell/use by dates soon because of this.
In all honesty I have never heard such a naive comment.......Anyone who has kids, if your suncream has been lying around that long it's seperated, please chuck it and buy some more.
#11
I have seen many reports on it too, and my sister who got herself and her family burn't is very vigilent in applying it. We have skin cancer in the family and for this reason ensure we all apply it throughly even though we have easily tanned skin tones.

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