The downside of a high SPF is that there may be a tendency not to re-apply the cream as frequently as is recommended.
This lotion offers 97 per cent UVB protection compared to an SPF50’s 98 per cent.
Which, unfortunately, will be an unexpected guarantee as well.
Its natural ingredients include avocado, sunflower and olive oil, beeswax, aloe vera, edelweiss and rosemary extract and the lotion is gentle on eczema and psoriasis.
Like most natural sunscreens, it’s thicker than some cheaper products but rubs in well.
If on holiday, look for waterproof sunscreens with at least a four-star UVA rating.
Note that most creams are not advised for babies under six months when exposure should be completely avoided, though there are a couple on the list that have been specially formulated for newborns.