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Ultrasun Sports Gel SPF30 200ml is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heidi64 from Best of the best this does everything it says it does, no ifs or buts! We regularly go Sailing in the Greek islands In July and this and the 50SPF are our go to sun protection products. Over the years we have Tried all the rest and this is the only one we can guarantee. We simply Slap it on first thing in morning and we are all good to go. No nasty smell, rash and importantly no burning. I agree with others it's a bit pricey by some comparisons, but it does the job and I for one would not risk my family's skin protection to any other product.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by polebbz from awful First off let me say how much I like Ultrasun as a rule & have tried a fair few of their products - the cream body & face versions spf 30/50 being my favourites, but was really keen to try this when it came out as I thought it might feel lighter than the creams (which actually feel pretty good considering how much I slap on!) I was also keen to convert my husband to the brand as he often gets prickly heat from wearing suncream. We took it on holiday for him to try (we are shade bathers just as an FYI) - I then later tried it in the UK sun, & first of all, the texture is definately NOT non greasy - it is really slimy & doesnt really 'dry' so you just feel coated all day - niether of us liked it at all. My huband has previously used the Reiman P liquid & says that feels much nicer (but gave him prickly heat) But more importantly, despite adhering to the application rules & quantity (I am very particular about this!) we both burnt though it - my husband usually wears a max of spf20, but I had convinced him to go higher & I may as well not have bothered given the poor results. He only used it for 1 day so I can't comment regarding suitability for prickly heat sufferers, as it take a few days to develop on him. I then burnt whilst wearing it after going out into the sun at 4.30pm in the UK - as an interesting comparison, I had a lancome hydrazen face cream containing spf30 on on my face, & this ultrasun sports gel on the rest of my exposed bits & my face was the only thing that didnt suffer sun burn. Extremely disappointed with this product, & also annoyed as I'd purchased the spf 20 version form my husband to use in the UK at the same time, as I never expected it to be this dreadful given how great the products are generally - needless to say, that wont ever be getting opened, so all in all £40 down the drain - I would give it zero stars if I could. Stick with the cream versions if you like your skin as they are brilliant!!!
Date published: 2017-06-01