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Solero Sun Cream

Whether you’re looking for Triple Defence protection or our specially formulated Ultra-Sensitive range, LloydsPharmacy are taking care of Summer for the whole family.

For 2018, we have developed a brand new Solero Sun Allergy Prevention Spray , which has a high SPF and creates a barrier on the skin to prevent sun blisters and sun allergies such as prickly heat.

The classic Triple Defence range protects against three types of sun rays: the more familiar UV-A and UV-B rays, and infra-red (IR-A) rays - which penetrate deeper into the skin and cause both short and long-term damage. The Solero Triple Defence suncare range protects against all of these so that the whole family stay safe in the sun.

The dermatologically tested Ultra-Sensitive sun cream range has been developed especially for people who are prone to skin allergies - in particular, those with eczema (atopic dermatitis) - and even includes suncare products designed for children.

Solero Range
Did you know
  • Since 2003, we’ve never recommended any sun protection below SPF15
  • We’ve extended our Solero range to include the new Solero 50ml travel minis, perfect for your carry on luggage
  • Our Triple Defence range protects against three types of sun rays
  • Ultra-Sensitive Solero has been specially developed for people prone to skin allergies, and can be used by people with eczema (atopic dermatitis)
  • We've extended our Solero range to include cooling and soothing Aloe Vera after sun gel
Suncare Hints & Tips

Here is a little advice about how you can stay safe in the sun and get the best protection from your sunscreen:

  • Apply sunscreen liberally approximately 30 minutes before exposure to the sun so that it is properly absorbed by the skin
  • Re-apply at least every 2 hours to maintain protection and after swimming, exercise, perspiring or towelling
  • Avoid sunbathing between 11am – 3pm when UVB is at its strongest
  • Avoid getting sunburn and cover up or seek shade wherever possible
  • Check regularly for any unusual skin growths or changes to moles or freckles, and report them to your GP