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- 04/06/2018 at 10:12 am #13467The DadsnetMember
Can someone please tell what the best sun cream is for a child aged 6?
- 06/08/2018 at 3:41 pm #14039AnonymousInactive
We have always found the Aldi stuff to be very good.
Its also well rated for UV protection which is very important
- 06/08/2018 at 9:36 pm #14044GrahamModerator
Ironically, most supermarket own brand sun cream is the highest rated – and also the cheapest…
Agree with Huw on Aldi, but you can get some good ones from Sainsburys, ASDA and probably the rest of them too. I know for sure that ASDA’s own brand and Sainsburys is 5-star rated for UVA – ideally you’re looking for 5-star UVA and factor 50+ to provide the highest level of UVB protection. With both combined, that offers the maximum amount of protection from both harmful elements.
The indicator is on the back of the bottles – and goes to a maximum of 5 stars – interestingly, some of the main and more expensive brands – Nivea, Ambre Solaire etc. are only 3-4 star rated.
You can also get sensitive or moisturising versions depending on preference.
- 07/08/2018 at 7:08 am #14048Hugo BellModerator
Anything that has the full 5 stars out of five on them. I found the roll on ones from Superdrug to be excellent. And really affordable, and the kids Enjoy putting it on themselves as it’s kinda fun to paint yourself green
- 14/09/2018 at 7:20 pm #17819AnonymousInactive
Babyganics works pretty well for our kids. They both have pretty sensitive skin that gets irritated very easily.
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