Riemann P20 Once a Day 10 Hours Protection SPF30 Sunscreen 200ml £10.00 Amazo Prime £9.50 with Subscribe & Save
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Riemann P20 Once a Day 10 Hours Protection SPF30 Sunscreen 200ml £10.00 Amazo Prime £9.50 with Subscribe & Save

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Really good price this. Around £16 everywhere else. Probably one of the best sun cream, comes handy in holidays or hot weather.
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marcuszipp72351 m ago

When you look like I do, see profile pic, and have a skullet I prefer …When you look like I do, see profile pic, and have a skullet I prefer sprays that you don't need to rub in and are clear. My pal swears by this stuff but he isn't hirsute like me and apparently doesn't sweat!GreasyAlso factor 30 is pointless if you actually want a tan haha!


Oh for the love of god... My eyes! Wish I hadn't gone for a profile pic closeup...

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Good stuff but will turn your clothes yellow so beware! Good for the beach / pool
droyden

Good stuff but will turn your clothes yellow so beware! Good for the … Good stuff but will turn your clothes yellow so beware! Good for the beach / pool


Not too pleasant smelling either. Try Calypso Once a Day as an alternative. £7.99 on Amazon.
Gimmick, it does not really do what it says on the tin.
Poundland, and yes what kind of chemicals are we putting on our, and our kids skin?
Got the calypso all day stuff from aldi at 4.99
LadyEleanor

Gimmick, it does not really do what it says on the tin.



What exactly doesn't it do?
Non greasy, does'nt run into eyes when sweating
Calypso is 4.49 or 4.99 in Aldi
Is there a use by date on these?
nublets2k

What exactly doesn't it do?


10 Hour protection. You get SP8 after a few hours so topup again if you are fair skinned!

Best buy stuff that is cheap enough to slap on properly!
Much prefer Calypso. Not only is it much much much cheaper, but its available all the time at Aldi, Home Bargains, Amazon.

Never fails me (unless you miss a bit when applying!).

Best bit? No staining like with P20.
I have used P20 whilst running for a few years and never got burnt including 2 half Marathons at 2 hours each. I gave found it stays more sticky once applied these days though - you could never tell you had it on previously
When you look like I do, see profile pic, and have a skullet I prefer sprays that you don't need to rub in and are clear. My pal swears by this stuff but he isn't hirsute like me and apparently doesn't sweat!

Greasy

Also factor 30 is pointless if you actually want a tan haha!
Edited by: "marcuszipp723" 22nd Jul 2017
marcuszipp72351 m ago

When you look like I do, see profile pic, and have a skullet I prefer …When you look like I do, see profile pic, and have a skullet I prefer sprays that you don't need to rub in and are clear. My pal swears by this stuff but he isn't hirsute like me and apparently doesn't sweat!GreasyAlso factor 30 is pointless if you actually want a tan haha!


Oh for the love of god... My eyes! Wish I hadn't gone for a profile pic closeup...

😯😊
Good price, shame the 20 or 15 isn't on offer tho, 30 a bit high for me
Currently in Spain with this stuff on. Stops you burning, but also tanning. Very oily and smells like you're plastering yourself with vodka which can be somewhat overwhelming first thing in the morning. Voted hot as I paid about 15 quid for my bottle
droyden3 h, 21 m ago

Good stuff but will turn your clothes yellow so beware! Good for the beach …Good stuff but will turn your clothes yellow so beware! Good for the beach / pool


I wonder what it does to you DNA?
Good price, but don't wear it with anything white as it will stain your clothes.
They must have changed the ingredients in this as when i used to use it, it never stained clothing, although that hasnt been for a few years.
There are some things that just cannot be unseen!!!
Calypso once a day is as good as this and doesn't smell awful. £4.99 in Aldi
Im a window licker so i work outside and have tried all lotions over the years. P20 is the best lotion to stop you burning and recommend it to anyone who burns easily and for children for peace of mind. Yes if over applied it will stain your clothes but if basic applied its not too greasy and doesnt run in your eyes like most lotions and also easily by far the best water resistant lotion. Im 43 dark haired and over the years i thought i never really needed much Sun tan lotion and have had a great tan looking like the Spanish, however a few years ago i had a Melonoma removed off my back. Seriously dudes watch those Moles on your skin and slap a 5 star uva ECT.
amoulden

Calypso once a day is as good as this and doesn't smell awful. £4.99 in … Calypso once a day is as good as this and doesn't smell awful. £4.99 in Aldi



What is it like for sports?
Apparantly which called for a ban of P20 and others advertising 'all day'.

grifz here has a warning about trusting suncream to last all day!
Normal Calypso is well recommended, giving you what it says on the tin!
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 22nd Jul 2017
It is also worth noting that Australia banned the 'once per day' lie.

You have been warned.
This stuff does work (I.e. provide all day protection) however it's not the nicest to use. It's a bit sticky and turns clothes yellow (which does wash out no problem).
Superb price if you are wanting it though,
srp111

Got the calypso all day stuff from aldi at 4.99



Use that as well - really good and no mess
Anyone else think this stuff smells like curry after being put on?!
Highly recommended for cyclists, runners etc I have used it on long days out in the sun and has been the best i have found!
It's worth researching the chemicals that go in to 99% of sun creams. That 99% have cancer causing chemicals in them that are 'above the safe limits', if such a limit even exists. From the research I did when I looked in to it a couple of months or so ago, there's only two that seem to be completely safe, which are 'Badger' and ThinkSport.
It's rubbish don't buy it. Doesn't last all day, stinks and ruins ur clothes.
roooby

It's worth researching the chemicals that go in to 99% of sun creams. … It's worth researching the chemicals that go in to 99% of sun creams. That 99% have cancer causing chemicals in them that are 'above the safe limits', if such a limit even exists. From the research I did when I looked in to it a couple of months or so ago, there's only two that seem to be completely safe, which are 'Badger' and ThinkSport.



They all use zinc for equal non safety. You are safely wrong.
LadyEleanor

They all use zinc for equal non safety. You are safely wrong.



I'm really not. Please do some more research. Posting what you have is quite irresponsible. Go through the list of ingredients and Google then one by one, and then try telling me that they're safe. You won't be able to without lying.
Edited by: "roooby" 25th Jul 2017
You claimed alternative safety with a scare story whilst best said,all are 'likely safe'.

Me, I'll stick to reapplying but I,safely, know little.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 26th Jul 2017
LadyEleanor

You claimed alternative safety with a scare story whilst best said,all … You claimed alternative safety with a scare story whilst best said,all are 'likely safe'.Me, I'll stick to reapplying but I,safely, know little.



I'll go with the researcher's findings rather than your opinion of 'likely safe'. I suggest others do also.

I'm not sure why you won't do what I suggested and search the individual chemicals present in all the mainstream sun creams, then we can have an informed discussion.

Also, how does zinc nullify the negative effects of the present chemicals?
RESEARCHER OR MARKETING?

I mean, you said 'they are above safe limits'!
roooby23rd Jul

It's worth researching the chemicals that go in to 99% of sun creams. That …It's worth researching the chemicals that go in to 99% of sun creams. That 99% have cancer causing chemicals in them that are 'above the safe limits', if such a limit even exists. From the research I did when I looked in to it a couple of months or so ago, there's only two that seem to be completely safe, which are 'Badger' and ThinkSport.


Cheers. ThinkSport looks good for the price and reviews compared to Badger Sport Sunscreen.

I was aiming for SPF30 though as thought SPF50 may be a bit extreme.

Dermatologists seem to recommend the highest SPF though

Have you used either?

Was looking for one specifically for face too, as normal sunscreen can cause spots etc. - it's comodegenic.

Found Jack Black Sun Guard, which looks good, but that contains Octinoxate and Octisalate


amazon.co.uk/Jac…RM/

amazon.co.uk/d/B…OK/

amazon.co.uk/Bad…94/


I imagine the carcinogenic effects of sun exposure far outweigh those of any sunscreen ingredients, but obviously if you can get effective sun protection without those ingredients then all the better.
Shinoke9 h, 25 m ago

Cheers. ThinkSport looks good for the price and reviews compared to Badger …Cheers. ThinkSport looks good for the price and reviews compared to Badger Sport Sunscreen.I was aiming for SPF30 though as thought SPF50 may be a bit extreme.Dermatologists seem to recommend the highest SPF thoughHave you used either?Was looking for one specifically for face too, as normal sunscreen can cause spots etc. - it's comodegenic.Found Jack Black Sun Guard, which looks good, but that contains Octinoxate and Octisalatehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Jack-Black-Sunscreen-Oil-Free-Resistant/dp/B003CR4KRM/https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Beauty/ThinkSport-Sunscreen-SPF-89ml-3oz/B007SNM6OK/https://www.amazon.co.uk/Badger-Company-Sunscreen-Spectrum-Unscented/dp/B00J4F7W94/I imagine the carcinogenic effects of sun exposure far outweigh those of any sunscreen ingredients, but obviously if you can get effective sun protection without those ingredients then all the better.


I've tried SunSport and it seemed to do the job well. Would definitely recommend it.

I'm just not sure how people can be given information that they're rubbing something that can cause cancer in to their skin whilst simultaneously trying to prevent cancer from too much sun, and just choose to ignore it and carry on doing it regardless.

Shampoos and shower gels are equally guilty, I've since learnt, and I've changed over to natural soap, the one I use is called 'Oliva', and a shampoo soap bar from a company called Funky Soap. Both are great and work out so much cheaper than the liquid versions. Whilst I'm at it, natural potassium alum deodorants are a lot safer than normal ones.

Best of luck!
LadyEleanor27th Jul

RESEARCHER OR MARKETING?I mean, you said 'they are above safe limits'!


They're above the 'safe limits' that the governing agencies prescribed to them. I'm not sure how anything that causes cancer is safe. Definitely not the kind of thing I'd be happy for my family to rub in to their skin when there's alternatives.

The information is found from multiple independent sources and reviews found on various websites, so it's a bit cheap to try and claim it's marketing. The two creams i mentioned don't compare themselves to the main brands in any of their literature.

You still haven't told me what you've found out about the chemicals yet.
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