Essentials & Equipment

Organic and Natural Sun Creams for Children

Regular readers know I am keen to avoid harsh chemicals when it comes to my children. The last thing I want to do when protecting them from the sun is load them up with chemicals so here is a selection of four skin-kind, nasty free sun creams.

Left to right: Lavera Kids coloured Sunblock SPF 20 £17.85, Aubrey Organics Green Tea Sunblock for Children SPF 25 £10.48, Green People No Scent Children’s Sun Lotion SPF 25 £14.75 and Badger Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 £12.99.

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  1. LuJuly 20, 2010 at 4:39 pmReply

    Neal’s Yard Lavender Sun Screen SPF22 ( is fab too.

  2. RachelJuly 20, 2010 at 6:17 pmReply

    My daughter is really allergic to most sunblocks and comes out in an immediate rash. We have tried most of the above and the Organic Children (Green People) £14.75 is absolutely brilliant! It rubs in really easily, doesn’t leave a thick white layer, isn’t too greasy & smells gorgeous! I can’t recommend it enough!!

    • KatJuly 21, 2010 at 9:34 amReplyAuthor

      @ Lu – hot tip, will check it out as they always do such yummy smelling things.

      @ Rachel – That’s the one we use although I can’t stand the lavender scent so I go for unscented!

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