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    Default A good spray bottle sunscreen

    Can anyone rec. a good 30+ UVA and UVB waterproof or sweat proof sunscreen that will be good for adults and children that doesn't sting eyes or run into them? And in a spray bottle TIA


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    Ella Bache do a great one in a spray bottle, we use it on all of us.

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    Banana boat or Cancer Council, both the only ones we use.

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    Second the banana boat one here too.

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    i use the coles brand spray sunscreen, its the kids one in an orange bottle

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    Low love love the neutrogena one- but it is $$$ and doesnt last long so might not be ideal for kids!
    Posting my recommendation here for there's who might be popping in!

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    I have just started using this one (the spray bottle) and really like it. Seems to be less greasy than the other Cancer Council sunscreens:

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    I love neutrogena!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CottonCandy View Post
    Low love love the neutrogena one- but it is $$$ and doesnt last long so might not be ideal for kids!
    Posting my recommendation here for there's who might be popping in!
    Sorry I should clarify the can doesn't last long, not the sunscreen once applied!

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    Thanks for everyone replies I was actually trying to choose between the Coles, cancer council and banana boat brands but didn't have the time to study them before picking dd up :-)


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