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That’so Suncare and waiting for summer!


I don’t know about you but I’m getting a bit tired of waiting for it to be summer. I’m not one of those fortunate people that gets to have a holiday abroad each year or make that several times a year if you’re a travel blogger (starts researching how to be a travel blogger immediately!) and I really wanted to give some summer products a proper trial.

Still, I figured that I shouldn’t be mean to all my readers who are looking for new and exciting sun-care products so I’ve decided to try these out based on how they smell, look and feel – I just won’t be able to confirm claims about how they work in or after the sun (for now at least).

So this morning I sprayed on the That’so All in One SPF on my left arm and the That’so All in One After Sun on my right arm. The fragrance is amazing! Both products come in spray cans and they spray on clear and non-greasy and are absorbed quickly. They cost £18.95 for 200ml.


The That’so All in One SPF 20-30-50+ Protective Dry Oil Spray helps you to stay safe in the sun. It uses broad spectrum UVA and UVB filters  Unlike a normal SPF that gives you the level of protection is says on the bottle All In One gives you 3 different levels depending on how many layers you apply. Spray it on once and it gives you SPF20. Wait 3 minutes and apply again for SPF30. Wait a further 3 minutes and apply a final time for SPF50.

Key benefits and ingredients:

  • The formula allows increased SPF with each spray using PROGRESSIVE SPF.
  • Contains MELANUP an ingredient that allows for the production of melanin without the need for sunlight.
  • Contains TYR-EXCEL a tanning activator that also ensures it develops evenly
  • Contains anti-aging and moisturising ingredients – avocado, jojoba oil, and vitamin E
  • Water Resistant

The That’so All in One After Sun Micro-emulsion After Sun Spray is designed to ease the inflammation and redness when you’ve stayed in the sun a bit too long. It uses a unique micro-emulsion spray to soothe and hydrate the skin. It can also be used before sun exposure.

Key benefits and ingredients:

  • MELANUP stimulates the production of melanin without sunlight
  • D.S.B.C an active anti-inflammatory ingredient has a soothing action on sunburnt skin
  • Inhiphase is an active ingredient that is anti-inflammatory, anti-redness and anti-dryness
  • Siegesbecka Orientals are an active ingredient that fights the skin’s inflammatory process
  • Aloe to hydrate and soothe

I’m hoping that the sun comes out soon here in England so that I can try these out properly and update you. In the meantime, let me know what you think. What are your favourite sun-care products?


This post contains PR samples


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