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Reimann P20 £12 Asda in store
Reimann P20 £12 Asda in store

Reimann P20 £12 Asda in store

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Reimann P20
100ml £8
200ml £12
In store at Asda

13 Comments

Original Poster

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This stuff doesn't work, tried it in cyprus, got burnt, avoid!

Original Poster

I have used it for many years all over the world with no problems.

Best stuff on the market...cant be beaten. Great price...HOT HOT HOT

crazylegs

This stuff doesn't work, tried it in cyprus, got burnt, avoid!


Have to agree with Lewie I burn easily but can stay out all day with this stuff without burning. Have always followed the instructions to the letter though.

Yeah I agree, as long you follow the instructions and put it on at least 20 mins before sun exposure its great! Voted hot from me...hope my local Asda have them!
Thanks OP! (_;)

Does it come in a higher SPF? I usually buy at least SPF 25 for myself and my (ginger) kids. Or do those who have used it reckon it'll be enough to protect blue-skinned Scots in France this summer?

This allows gingers to be able to go out during the daytime... I am ginger myself and I swear by the stuff ;-)

Fantastic product used it last year for the first time, no problems & I'm fair skinned :-)

crazylegs

This stuff doesn't work, tried it in cyprus, got burnt, avoid!


You used it wrong then

is p10 the same price?

Original Poster

no p10 in my local

Really good stuff, though you pay a premium for it, but it will stay on you even after swimming etc. If i didn't have half a tub left already I'd be getting some more.

I'm guessing the first poster didn't know how to use sunscreen if it didn't work for him. For anyone worried about it only being factor 20, remember that SPF is on an exponential scale. Heres the faq entry for it:

"What is the difference between P20 SPF 10 and P20 SPF 20?
P20 SPF 10 excludes 90% of the sun's burning ray. P20 SPF 20 excludes 95%. A sun protection product with a SPF of 50 excludes 98%, demonstrating that the additional protection of higher SPF is marginal."
Edited by: "Subterranean" 20th May 2011
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