Childs Farm Sunscreen Cream SPF50+ review
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Childs Farm Sun Cream SPF50+ claims to be water resistant and provide very high protection. But it does this at quite a cost – £12 buys you just 125ml, which is around three times the price of other well-known kids’ products. So, does this smaller-than-average and pricey kids’ sunscreen represent good value? Or will you be better off buying a cheaper sunscreen this summer? Read on for our review of this Child’s Farm sunscreen.What's included:
- Pros and cons
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