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Hawaiian Tropic Satin Protection SPF 15 White, 100ml £2.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Hawaiian Tropic Satin Protection SPF 15 White, 100ml £2.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 29th May

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Hawaiian Tropic satin protection SPF 15 white 100ml
  • Advanced UVA & UVB protection
  • Recommended by the skin cancer foundation
  • Very water resistance
  • Leaves your skin feeling soft and silky
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Thought this was burger sauce....
Needs to be SPF 40 or 50 to be any use. IMHO
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Thought this was burger sauce....
tapi29/05/2020 18:38

Thought this was burger sauce....


Me too
lol. I thought it was mayonnaise.
Anyone know if it tastes like burger sauce or mayo?
Needs to be SPF 40 or 50 to be any use. IMHO
Remember it’s only 100ml so half the size of the average bottle, but great for your handbag
Edited by: "Gadgetdeals" 29th May
Love this on me chips
UVA 3 STARS , I'll stick with Aldi's UVA 5 STAR , which is considerably cheaper and works better.
rooney1029/05/2020 19:45

UVA 3 STARS , I'll stick with Aldi's UVA 5 STAR , which is considerably …UVA 3 STARS , I'll stick with Aldi's UVA 5 STAR , which is considerably cheaper and works better.


Mayo or Suncream?
Mayo of course, who puts suncream on their burgers ffs ?
rooney1029/05/2020 19:56

Mayo of course, who puts suncream on their burgers ffs ?




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Thought it was sour cream
tapi29/05/2020 18:38

Thought this was burger sauce....


Might as well be at spf15 in this weather.
I thought this was only sold in America. I've seen it numerous times on Celebrity Apprentice USA. Mr. Tramp was the boss in those days. He was so much better in that show. He needs to stop being President and go back to that show.

Will have to fetch myself some. Thanks kindly OP.
WARNING:DO NOT STORE IN THE KITCHEN!
Heat solely for the packaging
Burger sauce probably offers more UV protection than this.
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