Nivea Sun Lotion Various SPF Levels starting from £3.80 @ Amazon
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Nivea Sun Lotion Various SPF Levels starting from £3.80 @ Amazon

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Found 18th Jun 2017
Seem like good prices with the convenience of home delivery, for example SPF 30 £4.79 for 200ml - Daily Deals. Sumermarkets like Sainsburys, ASDA, Tesco £5.00+.

SPF 30 200ml - £4.79
SPF 50 Kids 200ml - £4.79
After Sun Spray 200ml - £4.00
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Good find for the current weather / temperature - hot!!!
Two for 9pounds Tesco and asda as per my supermarket.that's why I didn't post this
Edited by: "amazoncrazy" 18th Jun 2017
If you aren't fussed about brand names, various Malibu suntan lotions are £3.99 at Superdrug +
Buy 1 get 2nd 1/2 price offer
So that would be 2 bottles (i.e. 400ml) for £6.
£3.99 at home bargains
aldi do a copy of this. £2.79. Has full 5 star uva rating too. Nivia only has 4 stars! used in Spain on our kids with no problems.
gbrown42

aldi do a copy of this. £2.79. Has full 5 star uva rating too. Nivia … aldi do a copy of this. £2.79. Has full 5 star uva rating too. Nivia only has 4 stars! used in Spain on our kids with no problems.



Make sure you get a high factor number.
A factor 15 with a 5 star UVA is far less effective than a factor 30 with a 4 star UVA (And i'm referring to the U.V.A) - The stars act as a ratio between the factor and the UVA blockage.

So you want a higher factor number with a high star rating. A lower factor number with a high star rating is not as protective.

For a similar explanation, visit the British Dermatology Doctors Page: bad.org.uk/for…eet
Edited by: "Firefly1" 19th Jun 2017
^ the aldi one is factor 30, best price for value. We know other brand just charge higher because they can get away with it.

I, like many have been shopping in aldi and lidl for many years now. Value for money.
I've been happily using Nivea my whole life but i'm thinking to switch now, as it's full with parabens. Does anyone know of an affordable suncream without them?
Firefly1

Make sure you get a high factor number.A factor 15 with a 5 star UVA is … Make sure you get a high factor number.A factor 15 with a 5 star UVA is far less effective than a factor 30 with a 4 star UVA (And i'm referring to the U.V.A) - The stars act as a ratio between the factor and the UVA blockage. So you want a higher factor number with a high star rating. A lower factor number with a high star rating is not as protective.For a similar explanation, visit the British Dermatology Doctors Page: http://www.bad.org.uk/for-the-public/skin-cancer/sunscreen-fact-sheet#uva-star-system



​they do the same as nivea pictured above, factor 30 uvb but with 5 star uva. £2.79. Wonder why a big brand like nivea don't do full 5 star uva?
Edited by: "gbrown42" 21st Jun 2017
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