Boots Soltan Moisturising Suncare Spray Reviews
Product Type: Boots Sun Care
Newest Review: ... free offer which seems to be on in Boots quite often. This comes in a 200ml bottle and cost £10.99 which I think is a bit ... more
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Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 02/05/11, updated on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
It seems that the moment I decide to review my sun care product that the sun has decided to take his hat off and vanish! Whilst I do not wish to discuss the effects of the sun's harmful rays I wish to stress the importance of using protection when exposing ourselves (no rude comments please!). I have burned my fair skin on so many occasions and one that will stick in my mind forever more was when I travelled to Malgrat, Spain with Ferris coaches for my 18th birthday. As my friend and I had spent almost 36 hours travelling and were absolutely exhausted, we did a very foolish thing and decided to catch up on our sleep on the beach, but we failed to use sun protection. . Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/12 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I recently went on holiday to the Canary Islands where the temperature was much better than here in England. We had glorious sunshine day in day out, and as much as I love sunbathing, I also know the risks which come along with it. My skin is quite fair, so can burn easily if not protected, so I always stock up on plenty of sun tan lotion as I'd rather be safe than sorry. My mom had always preached about how good the Boots' own Soltan sun lotions were, so I picked up their moisturising sun care spray. Obviously as this is a Boots' own branded product, it is only available in their stores and online on their website. The RRP of this sun spray is £10.99 which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I must spend pounds+++ each year on sun lotions and sprays. Since I spend so much time out in the open gardening ( I do my own and two as a volunteer) I really do need to use good sun protection for the whole summer long if I am not going to end up a wrinkly leathery old dame. I had already bought the M&S lotion and discarded it because it made everywhere feel really greasy. I hate going out, even into gardens, with a shiny greasy face. There was an offer on at Boots for this Soltan Light Mist so thought I would give this one a go. +++What It Is+++ There is 150mls of the product in a metal recyclable container. The blurb says that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/13 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I often buy our Sun protection from Avon but although I knew plenty in advance that we were going on holiday I left my hubby's sun cream to the last minute and couldn't wait for the Avon book to come back. So I went to my local branch of Boots and picked this one up. There was quite a few different Sun Creams to choose from and thy were all on a buy one get one free offer which seems to be on in Boots quite often. This comes in a 200ml bottle and cost £10.99 which I think is a bit expensive but since you are getting 2 for that then it doesn't sound as bad. This Suncream covers all factors from factor 8 up to factor 50 so I for every skin type. The ... Read the complete review
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