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NIVEA SUN Protect & Moisture Sun Spray SPF15 (200ml) for just £3 add on item with Amazon Prime. £2.55 with subscribe and save.
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NIVEA SUN Protect & Moisture Sun Spray SPF15 (200ml) for just £3 add on item with Amazon Prime. £2.55 with subscribe and save.

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Posted 25th Sep
NIVEA SUN Protect & Moisture Sun Spray SPF15 (200ml) for just £3 add on item with Amazon Prime.

Seems a really good price, worth stocking up!

I just bought a few on subscribe and save, 15% further off making it £2.55 a bottle! Can't go wrong!
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Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..
babuonline25/09/2019 20:43

Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to …Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..


Is it a bad price or is it a good price for those who need it? That's what you vote for, not whether it is something you need or not!
babuonline25/09/2019 20:43

Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to …Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..


Still be fine for next year though
babuonline25/09/2019 20:43

Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to …Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..


Or literally anywhere in the other half of the world.
babuonline25/09/2019 20:43

Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to …Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..


I think there are a few other places in the Southern Hemisphere with favorable weather over our winter - I should know, I've spent years travelling around them!

Why "by december"? What about if you were to fly in November? Or perhaps February?
Aldi's own brand sun lotion has great reviews and it's always cheap....
babuonline25/09/2019 20:43

Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to …Now that sun is almost gone, only useful for holidaymakers travelling to Africa or Australia by December.... So don’t stock unless necessary... Sorry, cold for me..


AAustralia and NZ both have good weather up until March lol..
Should be using at least factor 30
Disco.Dave26/09/2019 09:04

Should be using at least factor 30


Sweeping statement, depends on skin type!
Always use aldis 5* 🙌
Disco.Dave26/09/2019 09:04

Should be using at least factor 30


they have that for £3 also, but as a lotion
GW6126/09/2019 09:25

Sweeping statement, depends on skin type!


Not really, dermatologists recommend at least SPF30 irrespective of skin type.
Something I've noticed is most big brand creams very rarely have the 5 star UVA protection (this one is 4, garniers are 3, piz buin 3), yet demand a premium for the name. You are better off buying any supermarkets own brands.
I am in Spain at the moment and using Aldi's 30 and would recommend it. My issue with sunscreens for years was they affected my eyes , neither Aldi's or this make do
Disco.Dave26/09/2019 16:31

I am in Spain at the moment and using Aldi's 30 and would recommend it. My …I am in Spain at the moment and using Aldi's 30 and would recommend it. My issue with sunscreens for years was they affected my eyes , neither Aldi's or this make do


Ever since I read about Aldi's being a good buy I have been meaning to get it. However, I have now ordered two of these as it gets delivered to me .....
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