Ultrasun Once a Day
This clear spray formula is simply amazing. Not only does it spray on clear, it doesn't stain your clothes at all (unlike it's rival P20 which turns clothes, bedding, and anything it touches, a horrid yellow colour). It is the only suncream Little E will allow me to apply without a fight. It is water proof so there is no need to reapply after swimming (Start bowing down now to the god of sun creams) The high factor 30 with UVA and UVB protection is considered a family and sports factor and it protected us all very well this summer at home in the garden and on holiday in Northern France but they do make an extra strong factor 50 which I would probably buy if we were going somewhere super hot like Southern Spain or the Tropics.
I'm seriously considering never buying anything else. It is that good.
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Calypso Once a Day
However, the long lasting formula factor worked well protecting the girls skin and lasted the whole day at school for Little E which is a plus as the school will not reapply sun cream throughout the day. Despite the traditional, thick formula it has not stained the kids clothes at all. With an RRP of £8.99 for 100ml it is good value for all day protection.
Eriis Sun Protection Milk
The lotion is thinner than your traditional sunscreen hence why it is classed as a milk. It has a distinct smell but not unpleasant. The very high 50+ factor was perfect for the kids and none of us burnt when wearing it. It is hard to tell if it worked better than the others as the Infrared-A damage is invisible but a little extra protection can't hurt. Did I put it on my face? No. I was not brave enough. At around £14.00 it is expensive but not too bad.