Riemann P20 200ML SPF10 £9.99 @ B&M
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Riemann P20 200ML SPF10 £9.99 @ B&M

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Found 5th Jun 2013
200ml of Riemann P20 SPF 10 £9.99!
These usually retail for over £20 in most stores (RRP £24.46).
Amazon are selling them for £16.29 which is normally quite a good price..
They also have the 100ml version for £6.99.
Found in the Hanley store (Stoke on Trent).

Just got this from B&M in Fareham had a few on the shelf! (20/7/13)
- deanwall

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supermod

http://www.statichukd.com/images/threads/high-res/1572170_1.jpg thanks for posting

thanks

I want some of this for my hols, can I be certain it wont be fake from B&M?

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paulj48

I want some of this for my hols, can I be certain it wont be fake from … I want some of this for my hols, can I be certain it wont be fake from B&M?



They're definately not fake (as that would be illegal!).

Sometimes these bargain stores use foreign versions of products (especially with soft drinks etc.) but these are UK versions - exactly the same as you will have seen in other high street stores for double the price

You can have mine, got the 100ml one from sainsburys for a tender. Looked at the ingredients and decided not to use it. Nasty s&£@

Good find, thanks for posting.

Picked four up for week two of the holiday just need a deal on factor 20 for the first week

Edited by: "kipster" 5th Jun 2013

ronaldmacdonald

You can have mine, got the 100ml one from sainsburys for a tender. Looked … You can have mine, got the 100ml one from sainsburys for a tender. Looked at the ingredients and decided not to use it. Nasty s&£@



It's a UV filter not a drink.

be great if there was a store near me in the south :-(

ronaldmacdonald

You can have mine, got the 100ml one from sainsburys for a tender. Looked … You can have mine, got the 100ml one from sainsburys for a tender. Looked at the ingredients and decided not to use it. Nasty s&£@



Sorry - don't understand. What ingredients exactly do you find to be so much of a problem and how would you know?

Thanks op, got some earlier for myself - they had loads of other lotions and creams as well, picked up some ambre solair factor 30 for the mrs as she would fry with 10 on

mjccam

Thanks op, got some earlier for myself - they had loads of other lotions … Thanks op, got some earlier for myself - they had loads of other lotions and creams as well, picked up some ambre solair factor 30 for the mrs as she would fry with 10 on



I'm have quite a pale complexion, usually use the SPF20 version of this, it's way better than other creams.

In fact I'm planning on starting to use this instead of the 20 due to it being too good, came back from Egypt in January the same shade I left England.

Just have to be careful not to towel off to vigorously after a swim or you'll have to re-apply.

I'd really like to know if this stuff is any good. It's very appealing to only have to apply once during the day rather than multiple times.
Just a bit of a risk finding out eg test it on holiday then spend the rest of the time burnt! Anyone used it in a hot country doing fairly typical holiday things eg swimming etc?

Jimmyboy

I'd really like to know if this stuff is any good. It's very appealing to … I'd really like to know if this stuff is any good. It's very appealing to only have to apply once during the day rather than multiple times.Just a bit of a risk finding out eg test it on holiday then spend the rest of the time burnt! Anyone used it in a hot country doing fairly typical holiday things eg swimming etc?



I am a fair-skinned Irishman who used in Barbados for two weeks. After 10 days I had a golden tan, no burning. Just make sure you are methodical in the morning when you put it on and don't miss a bit - the consequences are painful.

Jimmyboy

I'd really like to know if this stuff is any good. It's very appealing to … I'd really like to know if this stuff is any good. It's very appealing to only have to apply once during the day rather than multiple times.Just a bit of a risk finding out eg test it on holiday then spend the rest of the time burnt! Anyone used it in a hot country doing fairly typical holiday things eg swimming etc?



Used the SPF20 in Florida, works perfectly, got a pretty decent tan, but like Noghar says be 'Methodical' in the application.
Girlfriend missed a couple of places in Egypt this year end up with a couple of burnt patches but she learnt her lesson after that day.

After swimming if you use a towel to dry off you'll need to re-apply, if you just let yourself dry off in the sun you're fine.
In fact if you get wet at all be careful of any friction (like say a strap on a bag).

Why does the box remind me of the old VHS video cassette boxes

Been using P20 for the last 8-9 years. Never burnt (so my tan never peals off!) with it and always come back a nice colour. Never had to re-apply after swimming or anything like that as mentioned. Ive heard some say that it stains your clothing but ive never experienced that either. Just got to make sure that you apply it all over and dont miss any areas!!!

I use the Calypso All Day Kids cream on my son, £6.99 in Home Bargains (3rd summer of using it now) and it's brilliant so can't see it being much different to this. Haven't tried the adult's version as use their dry oil, but can't see it being different either. Worth a go for the price difference I recon!

Used the factor 20 for a walking holiday - all day in the sun in south France, never burnt, never peeled, rarely reapplied.

Will be using this stuff until I can find something better - reckon it works out sensibly priced when you consider not having to reapply all the time.

HOT! For when it gets HOT. Good stuff never go on holiday without it!

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We normally use it when we're going to water parks as you can swim all day and it doesn' wash off! It's also handy not having to keep re-applying lotion throughout the day. Just put it on before you set out in the morning and you're good to go for the day!

As others have said you can still get a decent tan whilst using it too, and (as long as you don't miss anywhere) don't risk getting burnt

Forgot to mention this was originally recommended to me by my father in law who was Scottish and even paler than me. He was a TV outside-broadcast cameraman who often had to spend all day in full sun. He swore by this stuff.

best suncream I have ever used...

I saw this in Costco's for £13 last week but I didn't realise it was suppose to be so good!

I'll need to have a look for my nearest B&M store

Piz buin version of this is £4.99 for 100ml at home bargains.

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sherbolton

Piz buin version of this is £4.99 for 100ml at home bargains.



I wasn't aware Piz Buin did a version of this. Are you referring to their 1 day long cream? If so I don't think it is the same stuff as I don't think it's suitable for swimming etc in quite the same way that this is

As the Piz Buin version has been mentioned Watchdog on BBC 1 will be worth a watch next week as has it featured. Something about skin rashes etc from it.

Oh right, maybe I will return it
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