Even if you're staycationing, sun cream is still essential, and you need more than you might think
Using sun cream is more complicated than you'd expect - now the temperature is rising, read our tips to make sure you're getting it right.
Over years of testing, we've found sun creams that have failed our SPF tests - plus some issues with the sun cream industry we think you need to be aware of.
One in five parents don't always remember to apply sun cream at home and one in 10 simply don’t apply any sun cream to their child when they're in the UK.
We tested water resistance claims made by two popular sun creams and found the SPF dropped by up to 59% after forty minutes in salt water. Water resistance claims are made on the majority of sun protection products, yet our findings expose serious flaws in the current testing regime.
For the fourth year running, Which? has tested leading high-street sunscreen brands only to find that not all are living up to their SPF claims. Fourteen sun creams were sent...