Nivea Moisturising Sun Spray, High SPF 30 £4 @ Amazon (add on item)
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Nivea Moisturising Sun Spray, High SPF 30 £4 @ Amazon (add on item)

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Found 3rd Apr
£4 at Amazon which is the cheapest I found it at, which Best Buy and get it ready for your holidays, there is a but it’s an add on item so you need to buy something in the value of £20 and despatched by Amazon to get it delivered. Hope this helps some one

also same price for other spf’s

if you subscribe you can get it cheaper. Thanks for point it out cherylpeattie
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I live in the UK. I won't need any
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£3.40 for me with subscribe and save.
I live in the UK. I won't need any
Also £4 at Asda
Highly recommended by Which magazine. Sun is still there in the UK even though it's cloudy
Why do we bother with 30spf, why don't we all use 50?
jb661 h, 18 m ago

Why do we bother with 30spf, why don't we all use 50?


TL;DR: SPF 30 fine for protection, SPF 50 not much better. Proper initial application and reapplication of sunscreen most important.

30 SPF is usually sufficient protection with 50 SPF not offering a huge benefit with respect to protection from sunburn. The most critical factors are satisfactory application of the sunscreen and reapplication if exposed to long periods of sunlight or if sunscreen is washed off. Most people don't apply a sufficient layer of sunscreen so the advertised protection is not what they're receiving and no using a higher SPF sunscreen doesn't mean you don't have to reapply.

In regards to absorption of harmful UVA and UVB rays SPF 50 doesn't generally offer a significantly higher, if any increase at all, of degree of protection compared to SPF 30.

See the attached diagrams for UV absorption measurement:


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The diagram with legend G20 so forth is of a leading branded sunscreen and the legend with S20 and so forth is of a generic supermarket brand. You can see the absorption value for SPF 50 is higher for the branded version compared to SPF 30 but almost identical for the generic SPF 50 and SPF 30 version. A higher absorption corresponds to a higher degree of protection - Bar experimental fluctuations this suggests SPF 30 sunscreens offer a near same level of protection as SPF 50.

Disclaimer: These results are derived from my own experiment as part of a second year undergraduate laboratory conducted in November 2017. This is no way constitutes any form of medical advice and must not be used as a fundamental basis for decision making.
Edited by: "HoneyJamToast" 3rd Apr
HoneyJamToast6 m ago

TL;DR: SPF 30 fine for protection, SPF 50 not much better. Proper initial …TL;DR: SPF 30 fine for protection, SPF 50 not much better. Proper initial application and reapplication of sunscreen most important.30 SPF is usually sufficient protection with 50 SPF not offering a huge benefit with respect to protection from sunburn. The most critical factors are satisfactory application of the sunscreen and reapplication if exposed to long periods of sunlight or if sunscreen is washed off. Most people don't apply a sufficient layer of sunscreen so the advertised protection is not what they're receiving and no using a higher SPF sunscreen doesn't mean you don't have to reapply.In regards to absorption of harmful UVA and UVB rays SPF 50 doesn't generally offer a significantly higher, if any increase at all, of degree of protection compared to SPF 30.See the attached diagrams for UV absorption measurement:[Image] [Image] The diagram with legend G20 so forth is of a leading branded sunscreen brand and the legend with S20 and so forth is of a generic supermarket brand. You can see the absorption value for SPF 50 is higher for the branded version compared to SPF 30 but almost identical for the SPF 50 version. A higher absorption corresponds to a higher degree of protection - Bar experimental fluctuations this suggests SPF 30 sunscreens offer a near same level of protection as SPF 50. Disclaimer: These results are derived from my own experiment as part of a second year undergraduate laboratory conducted in November 2017. This is no way constitutes any form of medical advice and must not be used as a fundamental basis for decision making.


Thanks, that's very informative
always this price in home bargains
Rubbish suntan cream, Tescos own brand is far far far superior, me and my family all got sunburn because of this cream, went to the chemist in Spain and he looked at it and said no good, Tesco own brand has a 5 star uva rating and the nivea cream only 4 , been using the Tesco own brand for years now and no more sunburn
Edited by: "Lee_Gentry" 3rd Apr
Only has a 4 star uva rating, don't burn yourselfs like we did, Tescos own brand has 5 star uva rating and we have been using it for our last 5 greek holidays
Edited by: "Lee_Gentry" 3rd Apr
cherylpeattie4 h, 43 m ago

£3.40 for me with subscribe and save.


Because you have 5+ items in your S&S order.
We Used Aldi's own Brand and it was amazing not one of us burnt. I have used this previously and its not great wouldnt use on my children
toddyj99873 m ago

We Used Aldi's own Brand and it was amazing not one of us burnt. I have …We Used Aldi's own Brand and it was amazing not one of us burnt. I have used this previously and its not great wouldnt use on my children


Exactly the same as us, wilkos, boots , Tesco all of their own brands are far superior to that rubbish from nivea, they all have 5 star uva rating and nivea doesn't, we found out the hard way and all burnt ,
toddyj998736 m ago

We Used Aldi's own Brand and it was amazing not one of us burnt. I have …We Used Aldi's own Brand and it was amazing not one of us burnt. I have used this previously and its not great wouldnt use on my children


I always buy this one too from aldi £2.79 and it's brilliant, me and my kids all have sensitive skin and it's perfect for us, I wouldn't use any other, never burnt either, it's perfect
Remember if you order through your alexa app or echo devices then you can get it delivered free without having to spend the £20 (if you've got prime)
Lee_Gentry19 h, 39 m ago

Exactly the same as us, wilkos, boots , Tesco all of their own brands are …Exactly the same as us, wilkos, boots , Tesco all of their own brands are far superior to that rubbish from nivea, they all have 5 star uva rating and nivea doesn't, we found out the hard way and all burnt ,


I recall reading that Lidl/Aldi's own brand actually won or came second in tests for cost/protection.

esmmagazine.com/lid…555

FYI, The OP can be found in Poundworld for £4.50. We've picked up loads for holiday because last year the same bottle in Crete was €16
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