This weekend is set to be a scorcher, with temperatures reaching 33 degrees in some parts of the UK on Friday. Whether you’re finally heading off on holiday or planning on spending time soaking up some rays in the garden, it’s important to ensure you’re adequately stocked up on sun protection.
And thanks to Wilko, keeping your skin safe this summer needn’t cost a fortune. The Wilko Sun Spray Bundle contains everything you need to protect your skin from the sun, plus another common summer skin irritation: insect bites. This bargain set contains five products – two sunscreens, an aftersun, an insect repellent and a bite spray – and costs just £13.50.
The bundle contains:
Wilko Suncare Spray SPF15 200ml
This medium-protection SPF spray has plenty of five-star reviews on Wilko’s website, with shoppers saying how it’s “one of the best sun screens” and “cheap and works just as good as the big brands”.
Wilko Suncare Spray SPF30 200ml
This offers a high level of sun protection against UVA and UVB rays in a clear spray that’s also quick-drying and water-resistant.
Wilko Aftersun Spray 200ml
If you do accidentally overdo the sun exposure, this spray-on moisturiser contains aloe vera and vitamin E to cool and soothe any redness.
Wilko Insect Repellent Extra 100ml
Keep bugs at bay with this tropical-strength insect repellent. “It’s brilliant – smells good, does the job and is a really reasonable price,” writes one happy customer, while another reveals how they “100% recommend this product to everyone”.
Wilko Bite Spray 50ml
And if the mosquitoes do manage to attack, soothe the bite with this spray, which has a cooling sensation to relieve the itch.
If you need a top-up of one of these, they are also available to buy individually from Wilko stores and wilko.com.
If you’re looking for more sun care recommendations, read our tried-and-tested reviews of the best SPFs for the face and for the body.
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