Friday, 27 June 2014

Sunsense **REVIEW**

The weather has been lovely lately hasnt it! Finally summer has arrived! 
So when the lovely people at Sunsense offered us some product to try and review I jumped at the chance. 

Sunsense sent us their Toddler Milk which is SPF 50+ so perfect to try out on James.
The Toddler Milk comes in a 125ml bottle and is priced at £14.96 or it is available in a 50ml roll on which is priced at £9.28.

We get through quite a lot of sun cream in this house as James LOVES playing outside and the first sign of sun hes demanding the paddling pool out and a bbq for tea. So when we were offered this cream to try I was intrigued to see what it was like compared to others we had tried. 

Upon opening it the toddler milk did seem runnier than a normal sun cream however this meant it did apply to the skin a little easier with minimal effort needed. The milk has a soft non greasy texture that is really easily absorbed into the skin and doesn't leave any sticky residue on the skin nor does it leave you looking really pale lol!! 


You really do only need a small amount and as I mentioned above it is really easy to apply which is a definite bonus when trying to apply to a wriggly 4 year old who just wants to run off lol!

This was James arm while applying and after application as you can see it really absorbed into the skin and left no residue behind. 

The Sunsense Toddler Milk is SPF 50+ and is also water resistant for up to 40 minutes! The milk formulation is specially designed for delicate skin so is perfect for use on small children whos skin maybe more irritable. 

Overall we really liked this product. It was easy to apply didn't irritate James sensitive skin and although it is a little more expensive than I would usually spend on a Sun Cream/Milk you really do only need a small amount as it goes a long way. 

Sunsense have lots of other products in the Suncare range so head over to www.sunsense.co.uk to check out all their products and to purchase your own. 

You can also find Sunsense on
 Facebook here .. Sunsense Facebook
Or Twitter .. Sunsense Twitter

Have you tried any of the Sunsense Range? Do you have any tips of how to keep kids protected in the sun? Let me know below. 

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* I was not paid for this review. All opinions given are my own.. As a thank you I was allowed to keep the product.
* If you would like me to review your product or service, please email me on xJessLegresleyx@hotmail.com.

3 comments:

  1. Love the lack of residue, we are searching for anew sunscreen - will have to try this! #UKBloggers

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  2. Looks like a good suncream, will have to try this on my little boy :)

    Sophie
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  3. Sunsense is one of the only sun creams I can use on my son that doesn't cause his eczema to flare up! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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