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Super

“ Sun, Sea and Sunnies”

published 11/05/2005

ProWill not leak in your bag

ConsDry out easily and not cheap.

It's only in more recent decades that a suntan has become fashionable. One with such a tan would be classed as being healthy and often a symbol of beauty. (This is due to the fact that the UV rays from the Sun are our main source of Vitamin D, which helps strengthen your bones, muscles and immune...

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Excellent

ProMakes applying suncream possible!

ConsExpensive

My daughter sees any attempt to restrain her as an infringement on her civil liberties. At 14 months, dressing her had better be quick or she will put in a call to the European parliament-Ok, maybe not but she will scream and kick until she can carry on with the important business of balancing...

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Super

Proeasy to apply, no bottles that leak, quick and eas...

Consyour hands turn white, they are expensive and can ...

So, ok we haven't really seen the sunshine yet and our normal summer is over, but i write this just in case the weather forecasters somehow manage to predict correctly that we do get an Indian summer!! My son is your average normal toddler won't keep still for more than five seconds at a time...

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Super

ProPractical, convenient, high SPF, no sticky sand!!!

ConsHave I used enough?!

Imagine my delight, a close friend living in Turkey and a propsed month long (yes 4 weeks!!) holiday in the South East, sunny (and my goodness it was) Mediterranean. Bliss. But what about Aleyna, only 5 months at the time. Naturally sunbathing was out of the question but with my pop up SPF cabana...

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“Sunny Protection”

published 16/06/2004

ProEasy to apply. Convenient

ConsExpensive

Summer is upon us again and both my children arrived home from school with letters requesting that each child be supplied wtih suncream for use at break times. Due to the latest health and safety rules, the teahers are not supposed to administer the sun cream to children themselves (although I'm...

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Excellent

“Easy way to apply suncream”

published 25/10/2002

ProEasy to pack or carry packaging

Consexpensive

Yes i know it's out of season to write about this now, but it will be for all those lucky ones who's going on a winter break in the sunshine, or even better remember it for next year. Now as i worked as a nanny for two years i wanted a suncream that was suitable for both the children i was...

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Good

“No Good For The Beach”

published 18/04/2005

Prolightweight & compact

Consexpensive!!!!!

What an excellent idea from pampers, sunnies are wipes which somewhat resemble baby wipes howeverthey provide an spf of 30!! which is great when you child or baby is fair like mine they protect against uva & uvb. I would say these wipes are ideal for a nice sunny day at home, because whilst you...

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Excellent

“sunny days are here again!”

published 16/06/2004

Prowater-resistant, gentle, easy application

Consexpensive

Pampers 'Sunnies' UV wipes, with a sun protection factor of 30. They are water resistant. They are a great way of protecting babies delicate skin, and have all the usual UV-A and UV-B sun filters to protect from sunburn. They are cotton-like wipes, very similar to pampers baby wipes, but offer...

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Excellent

ProSo easy to use, not messy!!

Consmake sure they don't dry out.

Firstly let me explain what sunnies are. They look like baby wipes, and yep they are. Hower these wipes are to be used on baby's skin before exposing them to sunshine. They have an spf of 30. What a great idea! No more carrying heavy bottles of sunscreen around. No more dripping suncream all over...

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Excellent

“Pampers Sunnies UV-Wipes”

published 11/04/2004

ProEasy to use, easy to carry, high SPF Factor

ConsBit pricey

Yes thats right, these are WIPES which contain water resistant sun tan lotion. As you have guessed from the manufacturer's name 'Pampers', they are primarily made for babies and small children. The bright yellow packaging is similar to a pack of wipes used to wipe babies bottoms. It contains 30...

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Excellent

Procome as a wipe rather than a cream

Consdont last as long as a tube or spray lotion

At last1. I'd come across this amazing little product as i was looking for another baby product in boots. Umm! I thought i'll give them a go. And so I did. In my 3 yrs experience as a mummy I knew only too well of the absolute danger that the sun can do to my babies skin. As ever paranoid I was...

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Super

ProEasy to use

ConsCan get a bit messy on adult

These are very easy to use. Just simply take out of the packet and wipe onto the child. The wipes are just like a baby wipe and as you wipe them on the sunscreen goes into the childs skin. They have a pleasant smell to them aswell. You can buy them with a handy travel case that fits easily into a...

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Excellent

“great idea”

published 17/09/2005

Prodry

Consnot wet

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published 28/05/2010

Where can i buy them on line?
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