Soltan Kids Sensitive Ultra-Light Suncare Spray SPF50 200ml

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Product description

Specially formulated for your child's vulnerable skin with long lasting moisturisation. This ultra light spray rubs in easily and is quickly absorbed into the skin. Leaves no sticky residue so sand won't stick!

All Soltan sun protection products have been awarded a maximum five-star rating against deep down skin damage caused by UVA rays.

  • Extra water resistant
  • Sand resistant
  • Includes patented antioxidant complex to help protect against long term skin damage
  • Rubs in easily
  • Dermatologist Approved
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Non pore blocking

How to Use

  • Apply 15 minutes before going into the sun
  • Reapply when in the sun and then every 1-2 hours and always after swimming or towelling
  • Spray on generously using approximately 2 tablespoons full of product for the entire body
  • Rub in well

Hazards and Cautions

  • One bottle contains up to 13 applications for a small child's body
  • Avoid the midday sun (between 11am and 3pm)
  • Seek shade and cover up
  • Over exposure to the sun is a serious health threat
  • Avoid contact with fabrics

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Soltan Kids Sensitive Ultra-Light Suncare Spray SPF50+ 200ml


3.83 out of 5 based on 6 user reviews All Soltan

€9.00 or 900 points

200 ML €45.00 per 1L


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Specially formulated for childrens delicate and vulnerable skin, this extra waterproof suncare spray has a very high SPF and provides lasting moisturisation for soft skin.

5 Star UVA Protection (***** Ultra)

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