JOHNSON’S® SunCare Review

We were sent two bottles to review; one spray (RRP £12.99)
and one rub in lotion (£12.49), both reassuringly factor 50, so lots of
protection. We go through lots of
sunscreen here as even though the weather is hit and miss in Wales, I do tend
to veer on the side of caution and slather them in it just in case.

Before now the poor things have gone outside to play
resembling Casper the Friendly Ghost. 
So I do now tend to look for sun lotion that will sink in well, giving
good coverage but not a pasty white look! 
This was youngest so excited to try out the new product he went to town
with the lotion on his forehead.

Afterwards it sunk in so well he quickly looked like his
normal self! No ghost in sight!

SunCare Kids range did not react adversely to my boys
sensitive skin, eldest did not even complain about his eyes, he tends to panic
if lotion goes within one mile of them… it gets quite difficult to coax him to
wear sun lotion on occasion. But he was
more than happy to have some on his hand ready to spread around.

It is sweat and water resistant so whatever your children are
up too, you can know they are safe in the sun (remember their sunhats
too!). The SunCare Kids left a faint
mango smell, which I thought was quite lovely.

more information on sun safety for babies and kids, please see:

to buy from Tesco, Boots and Sainsbury’s

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