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Ultrasun Sport Gel 30spf 400ml at Amazon for £12.67 Prime (+£3.49 non Prime)
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Ultrasun Sport Gel 30spf 400ml at Amazon for £12.67 Prime (+£3.49 non Prime)

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hotul12/01/2020 08:56

Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for £1.50


It might have spf creams for £1.50, but very much doubt they have an all day, once apply product like this for £1.50. Products like this and P20 are usually quite expensive.

£30 would still be hot for this, so at £12.67 and going cold is another example of people voting and not understanding what the product is. Heat from me!
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Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for £1.50

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Edited by: "hotul" 12th Jan
hotul12/01/2020 08:56

Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for £1.50


It might have spf creams for £1.50, but very much doubt they have an all day, once apply product like this for £1.50. Products like this and P20 are usually quite expensive.

£30 would still be hot for this, so at £12.67 and going cold is another example of people voting and not understanding what the product is. Heat from me!
hotul12/01/2020 08:56

Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for £1.50


Are those 400ml too?
We used to stick rigidly to top brands - primarily P20 at about £14 a bottle on offer at Costco.
The last couple of years we've used Aldi & Lidl stuff for under £2 a pot.
Honestly, as long as you pick the right SPF and rub enough on, they both work brilliantly. So for us, the extra money is just not worth it. The Amazon reviews are a bit mixed as well for this product.
The OP's deal is nevertheless much cheaper than before and so this is a good deal.
I wont vote as i'm a Lidl/Aldi suncream convert.
Thanks to the OP for taking the time to post a deal.
Once a day creams do not give you the protection you need from both the UV rays that burn you and the ones that age and cause skin cancer. Sun screen should be applied numerous times in the day for maximum benefit and using other sub minimisation methods such as shade. Sun screen does not have to be expensive
I’ve used the cream from this brand. It was horrible thick stuff, doesn’t rub in well. Went it use it around a year later and it had become all watery.
As someone who burns quite easily in the sun and who has a bald head I’ve been using Ultrasun for a few years now.
I find that if you spend 10 minutes properly applying the cream and rubbing it in it does last all day, even in Dubai. Great price.
gussie736612/01/2020 10:44

Once a day creams do not give you the protection you need from both the UV …Once a day creams do not give you the protection you need from both the UV rays that burn you and the ones that age and cause skin cancer. Sun screen should be applied numerous times in the day for maximum benefit and using other sub minimisation methods such as shade. Sun screen does not have to be expensive


When you have to put it on your kids before school in the summer though for slight peace of mind, I have been using the once a day stuff hoping it might last a bit longer than the cheaper stuff, guessing that they won't reapply the sun cream at school knowing what kids are like!
I had a good look at the reviews and there was a general theme on quite a few that the formula for the factor 20 version was much nicer and reliable so opted for one of those. We use the cheap creams from Aldi/Lidl too for more regular use although daughters skin is more sensitive to those so use the spf30 Ultrasun as much less likely to cause any reaction for her.
Roygroyg12/01/2020 17:07

I had a good look at the reviews and there was a general theme on quite a …I had a good look at the reviews and there was a general theme on quite a few that the formula for the factor 20 version was much nicer and reliable so opted for one of those. We use the cheap creams from Aldi/Lidl too for more regular use although daughters skin is more sensitive to those so use the spf30 Ultrasun as much less likely to cause any reaction for her.


Meant to say it’s the Family spf30 one we use for daughter not sport one as not tried that yet although ordered the 20 off the lookfantstic site as same price as this one here.
I can suffer from prickly heat and this has been the only brand that has solved this problem for me. I use the family spf30 version and highly recommend it, especially if you have sensitive skin.
gussie736612/01/2020 10:44

Once a day creams do not give you the protection you need from both the UV …Once a day creams do not give you the protection you need from both the UV rays that burn you and the ones that age and cause skin cancer. Sun screen should be applied numerous times in the day for maximum benefit and using other sub minimisation methods such as shade. Sun screen does not have to be expensive



Not in the slightest bit true.
hal2play12/01/2020 09:09

It might have spf creams for £1.50, but very much doubt they have an all …It might have spf creams for £1.50, but very much doubt they have an all day, once apply product like this for £1.50. Products like this and P20 are usually quite expensive. £30 would still be hot for this, so at £12.67 and going cold is another example of people voting and not understanding what the product is. Heat from me!



Entirely agree.
Well done on your first deal post AlfiestheCat.
hotul12/01/2020 08:56

Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for …Aldi has SPF 50 creams like this for £1.50https://www.aldi.co.uk/c/everyday-collections/skincare/sun-cream



Not even in the remotest bit anything like this once a day gel.
Roygroyg12/01/2020 17:08

ordered the 20 off the lookfantstic site as same price as this one here.


Use code LIVECHAT5 to get for £12.03 Delivered.
bazr12/01/2020 17:42

Not in the slightest bit true.


As a Macmillan Skin Cancer Nurse Consultant I think that it is indeed true. Everyday I see, diagnose and excise skin malignancies. Sun screen is best applied
MORE than once a day for maximum
protection.
gussie736612/01/2020 18:13

As a Macmillan Skin Cancer Nurse Consultant I think that it is indeed …As a Macmillan Skin Cancer Nurse Consultant I think that it is indeed true. Everyday I see, diagnose and excise skin malignancies. Sun screen is best applied MORE than once a day for maximum protection.



I bow to your undoubted expertise, however it does not mean to say that all those you treat are victims of once a day sunscreens. I can't for the life of me see how these firms can sell the stuff and make statements such as 'its fast-absorbing properties give all day defence from the sun'. Surely they would be getting sued left right and centre if people are getting skin cancer through using their products.
Ok. Just do a quick google and see what you find
There is no such thing as a apply once suncream.
SPF = Sun Protection Factor.
It multiples the time that it takes for your skin to burn. If you burn in ten minutes then this suncream if applied properly, you don't sweat and rub it off would be 300 minutes.
By that time the organic compounds that absorb the sunlight have been broken down by the UV rays and the inorganic compounds that reflect the same rays aren't enough on their own.
Please anyone reading this apply your sunscreen more than once a day.
Having covered a chemistry study on sunscreen there is a linear correlation to the SPF factor of the sunscreen and the length of time that you are protected. You want a sunscreen you have to reapply less then get one with a higher SPF factor. UV light travels millions of miles before it reaches the Earth you honestly think that a particular cream makes such a difference over the last few fractions of a millimetre?
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