These two kids' sun creams just failed safety tests – and here is what you need to know
We all know by now how important it is to protect ourselves when out in the sun.
And as parents, we are often especially vigilant about this when it comes to our children's delicate skin.
However, sun creams are not created equal, and this year, two popular sun creams advertised for children have failed to meet SPF and UVA tests.
The tests, which were carried out by consumer watchdog Which?, found that Garnier’s Ambre Solaire Clear Protect Spray SPF30 and Nivea’s Kids Protect & Care SPF50+ Spray both failed at least one key protection test and have been labelled Which? “Don’t Buy” products.