No rub sunscreen

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  1. Dawn

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    I saw a few British tourists using this sunscreen in Florida last year that you just sprayed on and didn't have to rub it in. Now I'm probably guessing that they bought it out there but does anyone know if it's possible to buy this sort of sunscreen in the UK. Trying to put the regular cream on the boy is like wrestling an octopus. A very slippery octopus.
     
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    See this is why I tasered my kids.... soooooo much easier.
     
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    If you find one please let me know. I have a phobia of creams etc on my hands. It makes my eyeballs itch! I even have to wash hand cream off.
     
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    If it helps, the most popular brand of spray on is Neutrogena. Not sure if you have that there. There are a number of other spray on sunscreens but Neutrogena seems to be the best of the choices. It goes on dry (we use it) and not wet, cold and sticky. It actually works.
     
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    We've bought that one here Dawn, made life a million times easier with my two kids :)
     
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    We usually use P20 and it lasted a whole day. It does really work as I missed a small patch on my head and ended up with red mark (bit like a hell boy!)
     
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    no rub sun protection

    and for the pool....

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    sorted
     
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    What on earth is that man wearing on his head?!
    Actually, Muslim women do have a bathing costume. I don't believe they wear it in public, but it's a bit less overwhelming than their full public dress. I'm afraid she'd drown in that if she got out much above her knees! :eek3:
     
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    Nope, they have full body swimming burkhas we saw them all the time in the water park in Dubai
     
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    I think that Panama Jack is the one I saw people using.

    Can we get the Neutrogena spray over here?
     
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    Pretty sure we have tried it over here before. Each boy seems allergic to a different lot of sun creams so we end up carrying loads around with us
     
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    Wow. Amazing. The ones I've seen the Muslim women wear involve what look essentially like leggings with a long sleeved tunic that comes down mid-thigh and a close fitting head cover. Again, not meant for mixed company.

    Full burkhas. Eeesh.
     

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