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Solero Sun Cream

LloydsPharmacy has re-formulated its own brand of sun protection Solero – it now has two distinct ranges Ultra-Sensitive and Triple Defence. The 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. What's more, the Solero sun care range has been dermatologically tested.

The 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.

Click below for more information on each Solero sun cream range and discover which SPF is right for you!

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