Posted 13 May 2024

BULLDOG SKINCARE - Anytime Daily Moisturiser SPF 30 for Men | Protect & Hydrate Skin | 75 ml

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24H HYDRATION - This product contains Safflower Seed Extract which improves skin hydration with a natural UV filter booster
VITAMIN C - This light and smooth face moisturiser promotes collagen and provides antioxidant protection
SUN PROTECTION - Broad spectrum SPF 30 boosted with UVA/UVB rays protection to help protect and reduce skin aging
VEGAN PRODUCT - Our products are completely vegan, with no ingredients derived from animals
LIGHT & Non Greasy - The quick-absorbing nature of this moisturiser prevents your face from feeling greasy or oily after use Suitable for all skin
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  1. swillis93's avatar
    Anyone got any opinions on this? How does it compare to cheaper options, I think Aldi have their own now?
    Tony-C's avatar
    Got some Bulldog stuff as present. Can't imagine why anybody would pay for this stuff. Is the cheapest produce they found, added some essential oils, the kind you find for a pound in Home bargains, and packed it nicely. I had a roll on deodorant, and won't work for more than a couple of hours, in an age when any one pound roll on will work for about 24 hours. Shower gel is just as bad.
  2. deleted392719's avatar
    Might be worth letting blahblahblahblahblahblah know as apparently he has a face like a bulldog chewing a wasp especially when looking at Amazon deals on here!
    hiccup999's avatar
    Oh my days .....CC.....are you high on the nescafe....
  3. JamesB83's avatar
    Their regular moisturizer is half the price for 25ml more, guess you're paying the extra for added SPF which may or may not be needed in England. I always liked their regular line though very thick and moisturising without being greasy (edited)
  4. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    Seems decent for half price.
    Shame it's not on the 3for2 offer would be £18 instead of £54 according to the RRP.
    hiccup999's avatar
    I wonder where they pluck some of these rrps from
  5. KingCampo's avatar
    This is good stuff, I recommend it
  6. dealhuntermumof2's avatar
    Same price in Tesco with a clubcard
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