Boots Soltan Sun Lotion With Insect Repellant Reviews
Product Type: Boots Sun Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Sun Lotion
Newest Review: ... the back is the little open tub symbol with a number next to it, this number tells you how long you can use this product for ... more
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by - written on 18/09/11 (Very useful, 141 readings)
These days everyone knows the importance of not getting sunburnt. A good sunscreen is essential for all the family. My family have been using Boots Soltan for years and find it really effective. It come in many different factors, so there is one to suit everyone. I particularly like this one as not only does it protect the skin from burning, it also contains an insect repellent. Being someone who seems to be a magnate for all the biting, stinging creatures on the planet, I have to say that this cream works really well and I really do notice the effect. It even wards off wasps, and that is great, because I hate the little critters! The cream is very easy to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 383 readings)
...this sun screen would be it. I moved to Africa to save the world and get a tan. I've been here 5 weeks, but due to various administrative 'issues' I am yet to start work, which means I've made little progress on the first. The flip-side is, the second one has come on in leaps and bounds due to most of my days being spent reading in the sunshine. Before I came out, I spent over £30 in Boots which is an insane amount, but necessitated by my love of the sun, and mosquitoes' love of me. In addition to dry shampoo and Savlon, I bought sun tan lotion, insect repellent and, a personal favourite, this sun tan lotion + insect repellent. It was on offer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 154 readings)
Suncream is extremely expensive, and like a lot of people, I try to take advantage of any offers I see. Most of the time, I end up in Boots with their own Soltan range, and this summer they have been having a promotion of buy one get one free on thir sun creans and after sun lotions. In June, prior to our holiday, I purchased two factor 25, soltan 200ml bottles, costing me just over £9 for them both with the offer, which was thought was very good value. I also opted for the soltan that included insect repellent. On the front of the yellow bottle, it states that this is a moisurising suncare lotion, with advances triple protection against long term skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I tend to buy sun lotion in bulk as soon as it goes on offer in boots, as I find it very expensive when it's not on offer. When I went on holiday in November it was all heavily discounted after the summer, which was great. This particular product costs around £8-9 for 200ml and about £15 for 400ml, but it's very often on offer as buy one get one free, which is a great saving. I think with sun lotions they are all pretty much the same apart from scents and packaging, which is why I go for boots Soltan range as not only is it a bit cheaper than other brands, I really love the smell. There are lots of different products in the soltan range and they do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/09, updated on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 267 readings)
As someone who burns within 10 minutes of being in the sun a decent sun cream is a must for me, even just for walking down the high street in my home town, I am very fair with pale skin and it has become something of a running joke in our family that despite the extensive amount of travel I do to hot countries I always come back paler than when I go because usually I get a spray tan before leaving and completely stay in the shade wherever possible.... pale and interesting I say! Anyway, I am also unfortunate enough to have incredibly tasty blood - well its the only way I can explain how I always get eaten alive by insects and the person I am travelling with ... Read the complete review
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