Sainsbury's Suncare Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Sun Care
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Sun Care
Newest Review: ... Sainsburys own brand. I picked up the SPF 50 cream which boasts high protection. Not only that, it is also rated 5 star UVA ... more
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 224 readings)
Being fair skinned to the point of vampirism, I've learnt the hard way that it's really important for me to slap on the suncream at the first sign of summer. After a few miraculously sunny days this last month, I found myself hunting through the suncare products at my local Sainsburys. In the past, I've tended to go for the big-name brands, but looking at the prices on them this year made me feel physically sick, so I opted for an own-brand bottle for a slightly less nausea inducing £4.07. The product I went for was a 200ml, bright orange bottle of Sainsbury's Sunprotect Spray, which boasted an impressive 5 star UVA rating (not sure what that means, but it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 464 readings)
Sainsbury's After Sun Lotion! The Blurb: - With vitamin E and Panthenol - 12 Hour moisturisation - Easily Absorbed This cream is meant to prevent peeling, to prolong your tan and be both cooling and soothing. Now I must first state that I have not been using this lotion on holiday yet, but I have been using it after using the sunbed recently on the run up to my birthday (on the 21st Feb) as that's the only time I really use sunbeds these days, if at all. I wanted to use after sun to try and prolong my tan so that I didn't have to keep on using the sunbeds for any longer than at all possible and also to make sure I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/00, updated on 15/08/00 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I was a bit wary about using Sainsbury's suncare at first just because it is so cheap compared to a lot of the other brands. My mum bought it for herself to use and it was on special offer at £3.50 instead of £4.50, compared to the Boots one I usually use which is around £8. I decided to give it a go because it looked like it would go on easily, whereas I had been using a Boots mousse one which was a little messy. The main problem I had with the Sainsbury's one is that it is just like sun protection lotion and dosn't have a tint in it so you can't really see if you have missed a bit. Nevertheless it went on ok and it didn't smell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Being freckled and fair skinned, I have always used sun cream on days when the sun is out in full force during summer. I cannot understand people who look like walking leather, clearly burned with ruined and terrible looking skin - why would you want to look like that?! I went to Sainsburys to buy some sun cream because we had run out and were due to go down to Cornwall for a week. This was also during the exceptional heatwave we experienced in July so it was much needed! All of the sun creams were on an end unit in my local Sainsburys and most were over £10 a bottle, but there on the bottom left corner were some cheaper alternatives labelled as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/00, updated on 10/08/00 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I have tried a few fake tanning lotions, but always found that I ended up with streaky legs etc. Someone who I work with at Sainsbury's said that Sainsbury's own brand had been given top marks in a women's magazine and was compared to one of the leading brands costing £16.99. The Sainsbury's own was only £3.99, so I decided to try it. It is called Sainsbury's Suncare and is in a brown bottle. Unfortunately everyone must have had the same idea as it was sold out a many stores for months. I finally got my hands on a bottle about 2 weeks ago. It is one of those that you put on and leave for a few hours to work. I was very ... Read the complete review
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