Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Delph Sun Care Products

We all know how important it is to ensure our skin is protected is the sunshine, particularly with this heat and yes we all want to have lovely golden skin that makes us look and feel healthy.

Delph have recently launched their sun care range which comes in these sleek squeezy 150ml tubes, making them perfect for popping into your handbag or beach bag without taking up too much space. The range claims to offer "no-compromise sun protection at a fraction of a designer range cost"




I was very kindly sent two of the products from the range.  The Delph SPF50 lotion which comes packaged in a bright yellow tube with an orange flip-top lid, making it really easy to recognise.  The lotion inside the tube is bright white in colour and is not only water resistant, it has not been tested on animals but is dermalogically tested.

One thing I dislike about conventional sun creams is the scent, I don't know what it is about them, but I just don't like it.  Now I know you should never judge a book by its cover (but I do) and when I saw the price of this cream, I was filled with dread, assuming it would have 'that smell'.  Surprisingly there was no horrible smell, in its place is a sort of lemony fragrance which lingers quite nicely on the skin.



Finding an aftersun which is soothing and again cools the skin is something I am always looking for and this Delph option is actually fantastic, especially if it comes from the fridge! Housed inside a clear see though tube with a blue flip top, you can see the green gel inside. Filled with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E, this gel is so refreshing and lightweight it absorbs itself quickly into the skin, cooling as it goes.

Available from independent pharmacies you will find:
  • SPF 15 Lotion 150ml £3.49
  • SPF 30 Lotion 150ml £4.49
  • SPF 50 Lotion 150ml £4.99
  • After Sun Lotion 150ml £1.49
  • After Sun Gel With Aloe Vera & Vitamin E £1.49
Which sun care do you use? What do you look for in a sun cream?


4 comments:

  1. I tend to just stick to any high factor sun cream which is on offer! haha, just found your blog and followed you via the bbloggers global blog hop :) http://dreamlovelivefashion.blogspot.co.uk/ x

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  2. I use a spray oil, I'm not keen on the creams apart from my face and then a lotion is good.

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  3. I have in recent years opted to buy the cheaper versions of suncream just because the premium brands seem so pricey to me - especially as you never know how long the sun is going to shine for (I bought two bottles of an expensive brand a couple of years back and the following days were wet and windy, total waste). I think the cheaper versions are fine for in the UK but if I was going abroad I'd invest in a premium brand.

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  4. Oh wow these look pretty cool! SPF 50 is always good haha do these leave a white cast and are they UVA UVB? pa +++

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