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ASDA Sun Cream from £2.39
Refreshed 27th JunRefreshed 27th Jun
Asda own brand sun cream ... starting at 2.39 for basic bottles. After sun £2 *UVA rating = 5 Stars* Online and instore
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This from primark is excellent, nice smell not sticky and excellent barrier protection we apply it regularly during the day on our 1 year old and he’s very pale and blonde skin and he’s not gone red in the slightest. Definitely recommend and only £4.50 5stars and factor 50


I have pale skin and since a child have always burned easily and suffered from prickly heat. A few years ago I was recommended by a friend to use Rieman P20 once a day sun screen. simce using this I not only don’t ever get prickly heat but I can actually get a tan!! I use it on the kids now too. Just make sure it’s dried in properly before putting on a light coloured t shirt or swim suit because it can stain


Is the Asda one any good? Always been a brand freak with such products until earlier this week when I purchased a Wilko Sun Spray (£3.50), although it offered good protection it left our skin feeling sticky and the smell wasn't the best so it ended up in the bin. The branded ones are very expensive so If we could find a decent cheaper alternative would give it a try, .


We have been using the Aldi lacura 30 spf spray for £2.39 and highly rate it. We are very fussy normally on sun cream and stick to nivea, ambre solaire and P20, but I honestly think this stuff is as good and I would buy again.


Aldi’s is also excellent.

Boots Soltan Family Essentials Pack £12 plus buy 2 get free Incredibles water bottle offer @ Boots in store and free order and collect
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Free Disney Incredibles 2 Water Bottle when you buy 2 or more selected Soltan The Soltan Family Essentials Pack includes: Soltan Protect & Moisturise Face Cream SPF30 50ml… Read more
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Hi its a new one today price was £12.99 they have put them up by 1p but have included the freebie


I was told that the free water bottle didn't apply to these value packs in store, she even put it through the till to check and it didn't work.

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Completely free to 02 priority customers MALIBU FACE SUN LOTION SPF 30 40ML AND LIP BALM SPF 30 PACK  @ 02 priority (Suncare Shop)
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
MALIBU FACE SUN LOTION SPF 30 40ML AND LIP BALM SPF 30 PACK Free to limited amount of customers! Be quick
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Mine still hasn't


Arrived...sun cream burst open in packaging


showing out of stock :(


Got mine last week


FYI - these retail for 1 pound in, well, poundland!

Various Superdrug suntan lotions 45p - £1.50 instore
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Various Superdrug suntan lotions prices 0.45p - £1.50, different sizes/spf levels. Not sure whether it's old stock or just discontinued lines.

Which store?

Palmer’s Eventone Suncare Spray - 30p instore @ Superdrug (Leicester)
LocalLocalFound 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Found in Superdrug Leicester City centre. Worth checking Superdrug nearby you. Product Description: Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Eventone Suncare Spray SPF30 combines the mois… Read more
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(excited) funny Superdrug…:p




Yes, the price was displayed as 30p on shelf.


Sold out


Were these marked as 30p on the shelf? Edit: was in Superdrug when I read this and checked but still £3 in mine

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Malibu sun cream lotion spray SPF 20 4-star rated, 100ml £1 in Poundland
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Thought it was a good deal.

Poundland is selling "Tropic by Malibu". Not sure if it has passed the UVA and SPF tests...I'm not risking it.


Yeah, like potential skin cancer is a laughing matter


I'm using one really old lol


It was only the SPF30 dry oil spray that was recalled. Home bargains received about 200 odd bottles of this that was mistakenly filled with tanning oil (horror)


I think you're right. Some batches had no SPF.

*-* Keep Your Children Protected From The Sun For Less *-* Banana Boat Kids Sun Protection Lotion SPF50 60ml only £2 (Usually £8) @Superdrug in-store & online
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
Banana Boat? sun protection lotion for Kids SPF 50 helps safeguard your child's delicate skin. Benefits This water-resistant, non-greasy advanced AvoTriplex® formula provides phot… Read more
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Sure but for a given factor you want 5 * wilko sell five stars for next to nothing


I used to think that until I read this”. The stars range from 0 to 5 and indicate the percentage of UVA radiation absorbed by the sunscreen in comparison to UVB, in other words the ratio between the level of protection afforded by the UVA protection and the UVB protection” so that means that 3* on a factor 50 is better uva protection that a 5* on a factor 15. That quote was from


wow - that's just like the Nivea I have just used abroad - then I saw that Lacura is German for Nivea!


Take your pick


what is the name of the suncream for kids? i want to buy it from Aldi

Boots Soltan Family Essentials Pack £11.99 @ Boots in store and free order and collect
Refreshed 6th JulRefreshed 6th Jul
The Soltan Family Essentials Pack includes: Soltan Protect & Moisturise Face Cream SPF30 50ml Soltan Protect & Moisturise Lotion SPF15 200ml Soltan Protect & Moist… Read more
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Iv used soltan loads. Love the face one. Used it in Jamaica and Thailand and didn't burn


Brilliant (y)


Cool story bro


Have to agree with the negative comments. This stuff is useless. Me and my children still got burnt in Spain using this. Never again


I find it is brilliant. I had an offer on my boots app spend £20 get extra 400 points so i bought 2 sets they had loads on the shelf for once they have stocked for the weather<3

MALIBU SUN LOTION SPF 20 100ML £1 @ Poundstretcher
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Malibu's medium protection sun lotion protects your skin from harmful UV rays to stop sun burn from ruining your holiday. Dermatologically tested and water resistant, you won't hav… Read more

If it's 5 star rated then great, otherwise I'd avoid it. Some really good own brand lotions (Wilko, Asda) which are 5 star and only a couple of quid or so.


May 2018 I'd not heard about the recall.......pretty shocking! I've used Mailbu on and off over the years and have never had any doubt that it's not working (i.e. skin doesn't go red or feel sensitive afterwards).


But when was this dated, Malibu only got recalled in the last few days , although it was factor 30 , which was sold with no suntan protection in at all. I'm all for not spending a fortune on suntan lotion , but I would steer clear of Malibu until they sort themselves out


Same price in Poundland (when in stock)


Nikki Stopford, Which? director of research and publishing, said: "Our findings show that you don't need to spend a lot of money on sunscreens to get the best protection. "It's encouraging that the brands we tested appear to have upped their game since we started carrying out our rigorous tests - with all the sunscreens we tested for SPF and UVA passing this year. "We’ve seen some impressive turnarounds - for example, we tested reformulated products from Boots, Hawaiian Tropic and Malibu and all of them have passed our tests since."

50 per cent off sun cream if 4 or more bought free postage at Malibu Sun
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
just used this myself seems to work . 50 per cent off sun cream at using code KID14RTM
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HTTPS web address. S means secure, doesn't it???? Also, you can pay with paypal


When i click on link it takes me there but it isn't a secure site? Icon on my browser tells me not to enter card details etc. I have tried going to malibu sun without the link but still not a secure site? Any ideas please


Mine started with GM and I ordered for my kids.. I’m a little unsure of using this product now


Which? says: ‘If you do wish to buy this product, we advise you buy a bottle that contains the new formulation – there’s a reference code on the back that starts with ‘FM’.’ lets hope they arn't flogging off the old formulation that is crap edit: seems the product code is FM221 so i guess so, will confirm on arrival


Worked for me also, thanks OP.

Superdrug Sun protection Spray and lotion Buy 1 get 2nd 1/2 price and you get a free mini fan (in store)
LocalLocalFound 29th JunFound 29th Jun
It's good value if you're after more than one and you get a free mini fan. No mention of the free fan on the website but it's advertised in store.
Sun protection cream P20 SPF50 200ml £14.99 @ Savers Uxbridge
LocalLocalFound 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Savers selling 14.99 200ml cheapest so far
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Been this price at savers for a while to be fair, so yes should be every store. (nothing taken away from OP who could be bothered to post for those that didn’t know)


Never heard of Calypso, does this stain your cloths too ?.The wife used P20 a couple of years ago whilst away and it ruined her clothes.never been tempted to try it and glad i havent.


Never used this but we were at villa with family and someone had it and ruined all our swim wear just using the same pool.


Must agree, this stuff may do the job but is it worth the ruined clothes and towels. Calypso once a day much better option and cheaper too.


Agree, I've used both and prefer Calypso once a day. Similar protection and only £4.99 in home bargains or Aldi. Also Calypso doesn't stain your clothes or smell awful like P20 does.

Buy one get one half price on Solait sun lotion plus free mini fan instore @ Superdrug
LocalLocalFound 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Superdrug are offering a free mini fan when you buy 2 products from their Solait range, however, while not advertised now, the offer of buy one get one half price is still going on… Read more

Yes nationwide


Is this nation wide?


Plus 20% off for students in store until 3rd of July

Soltan Once Family pack sun cream 5 star UV rating was £25 now £16.66 plus buy 2 get free Incredibles water bottle offer @ Boots
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Soltan Once family sun cream packs have been reduced from £25 to £16.66 at Boots. Free click and collect to store and are also this price in the stores too. You get - 1 x 200ml S… Read more
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I got these back at Gatwick in April for £15, great value as they usually cost between £8 and £10 each


I normally only use factor 8 and 15.


Great price - purchased. Thanks so much x


But who uses factor 15? Good price for once a day

Quality sun lotion/gel ideal for kids £1.99 @ Home Bargains
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Seems to be £13 to £16 elsewhere sun gel made in Australia with SPF 50+ and uva *** exp March 2020

Please note kids need a specific lotion designed for kids (different ingredient)


Is this in all H B shops. Looking for it in Liverpool.


I would check the production date, all suncreams lose potency over time, so it this is old stock - which I suspect it is from the low price and seller, it wont offer the original spf protection. Regarding the All Day sunblocks, the last one I read had exactly the same 4 hours and after swimming blurb as the "normal" creams, so just a marketing con.


I read this, which was quite helpful -


SunSense is often available on prescription to people with photosensitivity, so this is a bargain if you pay for your prescriptions, and less demand on the NHS.

Asda Suntan lotion Inc kids factor 15-50 £2.39 -- 200ml
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Suntan lotion varying factors all with 5 star uva rating. can be found online and in-store.
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Thanks, but that is the normal spray you still have to rub in? I'm talking about the aerosol ones, almost like a deodorant.



Do either Asda or Aldi do an aerosol type spray in factor =>50? I use the Superdrug one, whilst it leaves a slight oily residue initially, its great for quick application. Which is especially great for toddlers that can't sit still and lazy adults :D I then use the cream for the face.


I've tried the aldi too and it decent but prefer the dry oil spray and it's not sticky and I like the feel of it on the skin (y) 🏼


The Aldi cream is really good too! 5 star protection and rubs in really well - we tried the baby factor 50 as well as adults 30 spray. :)

Nivea Sun Kids Pocket Size Sun Lotion SPF 30 High 50ml £1.99 @ Home bargains
LocalLocalFound 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Reasonable price for this size bottle. Great for traveling with kids.
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I do not think this is a good price. That is £8 for 200ml. I have paid £2.30 for 200ml from B&M last year,


Check out Poundstrechers they have various sun preps at £1 for 100ml,assorted spf factors


Yeah I was quite surprised to find out recently that often the supermarket own brands offer protection against skin cancer. But just saying in Cancer Research are endorsing certain Nivea products i’d expect them to be good.


I’m not denying that it’s good or bad etc i was merely pointing out the uv star rating system each to their own & all that ;)


Nivea are endorsed by Cancer Research UK. I’m sure they will offer good protection.

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