Nivea Sun Child's Lotion 50+ Reviews
Product Type: Nivea Sun Care
Description:Brand: Nivea / Type: Sun Lotion
Newest Review: ... in it. It is not slimy or greasy, but is easy to apply to my little one's skin and it soaks in nicely and gently and doesn't ... more
by - written on 13/07/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
On the rare occasions we get the sun shining in lovely London and whenever we go abroad on holiday, I always carry around this Nivea Children's sun lotion with SPF (Sun Protection Factor now we all know what that stands for!) 50+. Since a child, my mum always used nivea on us as kids and so in turn I stuck with the tradition and have religiously bought this brand and used it with my now 3 year old daughter. It has been especially developed for sensitive baby skin and is suitable from babies from 3 months to toddlers. It is a slightly white-creamish liquid with a hint of a silver glimmer in it. It is not slimy or greasy, but is easy to apply to my little one's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
It is not only my children that I need to protect from the sun but there is me too. All of us in our house are pale skined apart from my partner and we tend to catch the sun within 5 minuites of being out in it. I have always used a nivea brand of sunscreen for me and my children but due to the current hot weather a factor 30 just wasn't good enough. We were burning very quickly still and I was having to apply the factor 30 every 15 minutes. I invested in this factor 50+ from asda it cost me £5 on the special deal that they had at the time which was why I purchased it. In most places it can cost alot of money which I am not impressed with due to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 148 readings)
SPF 50 might seem excessive to most people but as I have an allergy to the sun I have to wear very high protection sun cream once we get to the summer. I often buy Nivea sun creams because the versions I've had before have suited my skin really well but I have to admit I picked this bottle up by mistake! The Nivea Sun Children's Lotion with SPF50 isn't cheap, it cost me about £12.00 at the time (last summer) and I've just looked on Amazon and it's now £16.09 for 200ml. It's waterproof though and protects against both UVA and UVB rays. The item I was trying to purchase was the adult SPF50 cream which is in a very similar bottle. When I realised my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Like most new mums, I am a bit paranoid when it comes to protecting my little one. With the baking hot weather we had back in June (though difficult to remember back that far now as the rain is lashing down outside) I was very concerned about my baby getting sun burnt. My husband has very fair skin, and I have a feeling our little one has inherited his complexion. Having a Factor 50 therefore was absolutely crucial as far as I was concerned, but the first product I tried (Boots Soltan factor 50) was so gloopy that it didn't absorb into the skin at all - just sat on the top of it so my poor little babe looked like he had been whitewashed! What I liked about ... Read the complete review
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