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ultrasun 50+SPF Extreme 100 ml £7.33 delivered @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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ultrasun 50+SPF Extreme 100 ml £7.33 delivered @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)

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This sun cream is fantastic for kids. Never seen it this cheap so I’ve stocked up. Hope this helps someone 😄
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Just a warning that you shouldn't keep this for too long as the ingredients do eventually go off. I try and make sure I buy a new tube or two each year and use throughout summer/on holiday. Good price btw! Voted hot
Lookfantastic.com has this in 400ml for £18 with free delivery.

So £4.50 per 100ml or Amazon’s £7.33 per 100ml.
monkeymonkey11/01/2020 23:39

Lookfantastic.com has this in 400ml for £18 with free delivery.So £4.50 p …Lookfantastic.com has this in 400ml for £18 with free delivery.So £4.50 per 100ml or Amazon’s £7.33 per 100ml.


Not gonna put that 400ml pump in your bag though are you...
monkeymonkey11/01/2020 23:39

Lookfantastic.com has this in 400ml for £18 with free delivery.So £4.50 p …Lookfantastic.com has this in 400ml for £18 with free delivery.So £4.50 per 100ml or Amazon’s £7.33 per 100ml.

Thanks, that’s a big saving. Plus use LIVECHAT5 for an extra 5% off, thanks to another poster on another thread. Makes it £17.10
Cleverbyname12/01/2020 03:11

Not gonna put that 400ml pump in your bag though are you...


Yes you will, if you want to save money, or just transfer some into a smaller bottle. Easy
pompey8712/01/2020 04:02

Yes you will, if you want to save money, or just transfer some into a …Yes you will, if you want to save money, or just transfer some into a smaller bottle. Easy


I own both sizes and trust me the pump isn’t practical to take anywhere, the pump doesn’t lock, you’ll get it everywhere.

Don’t transfer SPF into random bottles, the plastic is chosen specifically for the formula, you don’t want to degrade the protection and risk cancer, sunburn and premature ageing.

While I’m at it don’t by too good to be true cheap SPF, it’ll likely be old and the SPF level degraded to nowhere near the level on the bottle.
Cleverbyname12/01/2020 04:55

I own both sizes and trust me the pump isn’t practical to take anywhere, t …I own both sizes and trust me the pump isn’t practical to take anywhere, the pump doesn’t lock, you’ll get it everywhere. Don’t transfer SPF into random bottles, the plastic is chosen specifically for the formula, you don’t want to degrade the protection and risk cancer, sunburn and premature ageing. While I’m at it don’t by too good to be true cheap SPF, it’ll likely be old and the SPF level degraded to nowhere near the level on the bottle.


Thanks for the info, but unless you’re a scientist, I don’t know where you got the plastic info from? And does that apply to anything to good to be true? A lot of the things on HUKD are too good to be true, but never had a problem. I’m sure the bottle will have a date on? Regarding the degrading of the product, unless you are a scientist or have been unfortunately affected by the above symptoms you have mentioned due to excessive use of degraded SPF, how would you know it’s degraded??
Please kindly elaborate...I would need to cancel the bigger bottle order if it’s a real concern. Thank you in advance
pompey8712/01/2020 09:05

Thanks for the info, but unless you’re a scientist, I don’t know where you …Thanks for the info, but unless you’re a scientist, I don’t know where you got the plastic info from? And does that apply to anything to good to be true? A lot of the things on HUKD are too good to be true, but never had a problem. I’m sure the bottle will have a date on? Regarding the degrading of the product, unless you are a scientist or have been unfortunately affected by the above symptoms you have mentioned due to excessive use of degraded SPF, how would you know it’s degraded??Please kindly elaborate...I would need to cancel the bigger bottle order if it’s a real concern. Thank you in advance


Don’t need to be a scientist to research SPF, I’m incredibly pale so I use it year round in the UK, and have read up on it. I also follow actual scientists/drs on insta who do informative vids on this. I can point you in their direction if you wish.

Of course it doesn’t apply to everything, but SPF and all cosmetics are only stable for so long. They are industry tested as such. I have fortunately been caught out by expired/degraded SPF a long time ago, hence my research and concern on this.

These aren’t dated. Most Western cosmetic products are not. It’s more common in East Asia. But they do have batch codes. These can usually be searched online or I have checked with some companies before.

There’s good info on Ultrasun on QVC re shelf life.

Unless I’m doing a winter sun holiday I don’t buy SPF after the Autumn, I buy fresh the next year. It’s also why although I’m a big fan of TK Maxx I wouldn’t buy SPF there as their business model is all about old/excess stock. Hope this helps.
Cleverbyname12/01/2020 09:34

Don’t need to be a scientist to research SPF, I’m incredibly pale so I use …Don’t need to be a scientist to research SPF, I’m incredibly pale so I use it year round in the UK, and have read up on it. I also follow actual scientists/drs on insta who do informative vids on this. I can point you in their direction if you wish. Of course it doesn’t apply to everything, but SPF and all cosmetics are only stable for so long. They are industry tested as such. I have fortunately been caught out by expired/degraded SPF a long time ago, hence my research and concern on this. These aren’t dated. Most Western cosmetic products are not. It’s more common in East Asia. But they do have batch codes. These can usually be searched online or I have checked with some companies before. There’s good info on Ultrasun on QVC re shelf life. Unless I’m doing a winter sun holiday I don’t buy SPF after the Autumn, I buy fresh the next year. It’s also why although I’m a big fan of TK Maxx I wouldn’t buy SPF there as their business model is all about old/excess stock. Hope this helps.


Thank you so much for the detailed advice, I’m going on holiday next month, we are a family of 3. What would you recommend I do, try and cancel the big bottle or just use it next month and dispose of it after I come back? Sorry I’m really indecisive when it comes to things like this. I did try and cancel the look fantastic order, but it doesn’t allow me.
pompey8712/01/2020 09:40

Thank you so much for the detailed advice, I’m going on holiday next m …Thank you so much for the detailed advice, I’m going on holiday next month, we are a family of 3. What would you recommend I do, try and cancel the big bottle or just use it next month and dispose of it after I come back? Sorry I’m really indecisive when it comes to things like this. I did try and cancel the look fantastic order, but it doesn’t allow me.


LF is a decent site. Wait til it arrives and check the batch code. It might be ok. If that uncovers that it’s old then return it.

Enjoy the holiday!
Good find. Ultrasun is really good stuff, if applied properly (make sure you have a good ol' scrub in the bath/shower beforehand) it can stay on all day (but still take sensible precautions if staying out in the sun all day).

What is the shelf life of Ultrasun? It is 2 years AFTER OPENING – 3 years unopened.
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