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adult suncreams vs kids suncream

mrspodington Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Hi does anybody know if there is a difference betweeen adult suncreams and kids suncreams, I seem to remember reading somewhere that there was no difference ( other than a higher price for the kids ones ).
Can anyone confirm as superdrug have them at half price and bogof but all the kids ones are sold out. we go away in 2 weeks and am really trying to save some cash for more spending money :-)

Thanks in advance
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
im pretty sure its a con to get you to buy 2 suncreams rather than one lol
#2
Lol thats what I thought I'm pretty sure theres no difference other than price and having to carry 2 bottles around the kids are 12 and 4 so not babies with sensitive skin think I may risk it
#3
well couldn't tell you for sure but i think kids ones are a bit gimicky, like green in colour (as if you can't see white cream anyway) and tend to be high factors only plus possibly for sensitive skin.

this year i've used asda's own cream as its 5* uva/ubv and only about £3, means i don't worry about using loads on the kids (re-applying) and so far so good so its a thumbs up from me ;)

just check star rating on superdrug one before buying
#4
i was wondering this the other day when getting some more for DD i was thinking why am i buying more i got loads indoors but then worried incase kids suncream has a magical ingrediant and bought it anyway lol
#5
owens101
well couldn't tell you for sure but i think kids ones are a bit gimicky, like green in colour (as if you can't see white cream anyway) and tend to be high factors only plus possibly for sensitive skin.this year i've used asda's own cream as its 5* uva/ubv and only about £3, means i don't worry about using loads on the kids (re-applying) and so far so good so its a thumbs up from me ;)just check star rating on superdrug one before buying

They have the ambre solaire 50+ sensitive skin 5 star rating half price and bogof, reckon I'll go for that. would rather stick with a brand name but I guess at 50+ its got to be good
#6
ah ok, didn't realise it was named brands too. Sounds like a good deal, may take a look myself

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