What's the best suncreen for your needs? Here's what our testers thought of some big-name and supermarket brand kids sunscreens...
Soltan kids hypoallergenic suncare spray with insect protection SPF50+, £11.99 for 200ml, available from Boots.com
Overall score: 3.5/5
Almost all of the testers liked the smell of this spray, although one said it seemed odourless. The majority thought it was easy to apply and rub in, but the remaining testers thought it was a little heavy. Two testers said they really liked that it included insect repellant.
Soltan kids coloured hypoallergenic suncare spray SPF50+, £11.25 for 200ml, Boots.com
Overall score: 4/5
All of the testers found the spray made it easy to get the desired coverage and that it rubbed in well. The majority liked the smell and thought it was easy to control how much they sprayed. While one tester said the green made it easy to see where they had applied, another was worried about getting it on clothing.
Soltan once kids waterplay hypoallergenic suncare lotion SPF50+, £15.99 for 200ml, available from Boots.com
Overall score: 3/5
Two-thirds liked the smell of this lotion, while the remaining two testers said it was ok. The majority of testers thought that it was easy to control the amount, get the desired coverage and to rub in. The remaining said they thought it took a while to rub in, but they didn’t mind as it promised 6 hours of protection.
Boots essential sun kids sun protection spray SPF30, £3.99 for 200ml, available from Boots.com
The majority of the testers liked the way this spray applied and rubbed into the skin. Half thought it was easy to control the amount dispensed and felt good on the skin, while the rest thought it was a little sticky. Two of the testers thought this spray was really good value.
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