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Spf Broad spectrum Sunscreen sunblock

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Hi, does anybody know if any of the numerous Sun creams out there from budget to branded have won any of the awards, recommendations this year or in the last few years for Uva/Uvb broad spectrum cream/lotion, or spray ?

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  • Spoonie_TurtleSpoonie_Turtle Forumite
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    It's really not very money saving but Ultrasun has never let us down. It definitely does seem to do the job with one application a day (unless you sweat or otherwise get wet, of course). They go up to factor 50 and do a range of cream / gel / spray.
  • StaffieTerrierStaffieTerrier Forumite
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    We use Altruist, which is available from Amazon. It was developed by a dermatologist and since starting using it 2 years ago I've haven't burnt. They make SPF30 and SPF50. I've just bought 2 100ml tubes of SPF50 from Amazon for £7.49, to use following radiotherapy. A portion of each sale goes to charity https://altruistsun.com/

  • gesdt50gesdt50 Forumite
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    MoneySaving Newbie
    We use Altruist, which is available from Amazon. It was developed by a dermatologist and since starting using it 2 years ago I've haven't burnt. They make SPF30 and SPF50. I've just bought 2 100ml tubes of SPF50 from Amazon for £7.49, to use following radiotherapy. A portion of each sale goes to charity

    Already heard of them, are good and they sell 1 on there website that is like a Litre or 700ml, think its a litre as its bulk if my recall is right its very competitively priced & they give to their charity
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