75% off on Top Branded Sun Care at Home Bargains, from £2.99, see post for details.
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75% off on Top Branded Sun Care at Home Bargains, from £2.99, see post for details.

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Found 14th May 2013
Just need the blooming sun!

Nivea 200ml Moisturising Sun Lotion SPF15
Only £3.99 RRP £11.53

Garnier Ambre Solaire 150ml Spray Mist SPF20
Only £3.99 RRP £14.29

Malibu 200ml Once Daily Sun Lotion Spray SPF30
Only £3.99 RRP £7.99

Australian Gold 237ml Bronzer Sunscreen Spray SPF15
Only £3.99 RRP £13.00

Hawaiian Tropic 200ml Dry Spray Tanning Oil: SPF20
Only £3.99 RRP £12.29

Calypso 250ml Sun Lotion: SPF30
Only £2.99 RRP £7.99

and many more, see link

19 Comments

Sorry I voted hot and it went cold don't know went

Don't know why

fairyfly

Sorry I voted hot and it went cold don't know went



Because someone else voted cold at the same time as you.

can i just say this is a very gd deal but home bargains atm are also doing a special pack of sun lotion 4 for £10 they are the Nivea brand. thought i would just share

Original Poster

I posted the Nivea deal a while ago, you right great deal

I looked everywhere and home bargains beats everyone on the branded sun cream. Especially the high factor for babies. :-)

Saw these in store as I've had an eye out for the P20 for a vegas trip. Cheaper on Amazon though.

Some of the other stuff seems cheaper than most places though, so voted hot for that

Brilliant deals there

Just paid double the price for mine yesterday.

A which survey scores Asda own brand and Sainsburys own brand sun cream better than expensive leading brands overall, although this is still a good deal....
thesun.co.uk/sol…tml

i voted cold
Reason being: They have always been this price for the past few years

The deal itself is good as prices are cheap, same in B&M's too....
But in terms of a Hot Deal, then no, its not a hot deal, its just the same as
But handy post for those that didnt know though!

wookied

A which survey scores Asda own brand and Sainsburys own brand sun cream … A which survey scores Asda own brand and Sainsburys own brand sun cream better than expensive leading brands overall, although this is still a good deal....http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/woman/health/1218686/Sun-lotions-sold-by-High-Street-shops-like-Tesco-fail-to-provide-the-protection-levels-stated-on-bottles-says-survey.html



Well, 5 years ago. I doubt the products mentioned in the survey still have the same formulation now.

rborob

Saw these in store as I've had an eye out for the P20 for a vegas trip. … Saw these in store as I've had an eye out for the P20 for a vegas trip. Cheaper on Amazon though.Some of the other stuff seems cheaper than most places though, so voted hot for that



I've been thinking about the P20 as well - do you think that the P20 would be suitable for perhaps Greece? In fact, can anybody let me know what sun factor they have used for Greece/Spain/Portugal and also what factor for young children (aged 6)? Thank you.

I'm really fair so are my children we have used p20 in Spain Greece Egypt etc even on my under 2 yr old daughter didnt burn once x

Original Poster

For children I would stick to SPF 30 or even 50.
Depends when you are going and if you are going to be in the sun all day or hide between 11-2pm when sun is the harshest. Would get 20 for yourself unless you burn very easily!

I'm fair, but tan relatively easily. I swear by P10. Used it in USA and Spain in temperatures of up to 95 degrees and never once burnt. In fact, spent 3 hours on an open top bus in blazing midday sun in Miami and myself and OH, who is bald, were the only ones not like lobsters.

You can get kids versions of the 'apply once' suntan lotions made by Soltan : boots.com/en/…ds/

To stay looking youthful, it's factor 50 all the way - keep those sun-induced wrinkles at bay!

At Matalan they are 3 for 2 ...
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