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What's the best sun protector? I'm thinking of getting a spray type, like the Ambre Solaire Clear Spray one. I'm looking for one that's not too oily.

Any recommendations?
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(Original post by Snowfall)
What's the best sun protector? I'm thinking of getting a spray type, like the Ambre Solaire Clear Spray one. I'm looking for one that's not too oily.

Any recommendations?
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personally i quite like malibu sun protection because it smells so nice!
it's not clear though but i don't find it too oily just makes your skin glimmer a bit which is pretty nice, i want some clear though to try it out.
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I really like that clear spray one, it's definitely not oily at all and really easy to apply. However, cause it's a light spray i found quite a lot gets wasted and you end up having to use more so it works out more expensive, but it's only about £5.98 in tesco so i reckon it's worth it. Otherwise the Nivea light feeling lotion one looks good but I haven't tried it.
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the boots one is quite good actually.i liked it
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Anything with a decent SPF and a 4/5* UVA/B grading would be good
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the boots solaris one or whatever is called has got that and it's not sticky.
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