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NOW CLOSED Take part in a survey about sun lotion/cream and be in with a chance of winning £200 of John Lewis vouchers

(73 Posts)
NewGirlHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 01-Apr-11 14:59:36

Garnier Ambre Solaire have asked us to find out what you think about applying sun lotion/cream to your child(ren) and yourself.

The survey is open to all UK Mumsnetters with at least one child.

Everyone who takes part and adds their details at the end will be entered into a prize draw to win £200 of vouchers for John Lewis.

Please click here to take part in the survey.

Thanks and good luck with the prize draw!
MNHQ

onadietcokebreak Fri 01-Apr-11 15:14:31

done!

Thanks for the reminder, I need to buy sunblock tomorrow!

dionysia Fri 01-Apr-11 15:41:06

done. though i does seem to be wanting to tell us we should be slip-slop-slapping in all weathers...

TaffetaCat Fri 01-Apr-11 16:19:18

done!

loler Fri 01-Apr-11 16:26:31

Oh dear that one made me feel a bit guilty about not thinking about sun cream more!

Must also remember to buy suncream tomorrow!

MummyBerryJuice Fri 01-Apr-11 17:07:20

Done.

I think there should be more space for comments on the survey. There was nowhere that I could clarify that although fastidious about applying sunscreen, I do make sure that DS has at least 20 minutes of unprotected sun-exposure on a sunny day (although before 11am or after 3pm) for Vit D purposes. And that we try to stay in shaded areas during the middle of the day.

Also, we are more likely to spend time outside if it is sunny as it is rather cold up here otherwise. So although I would apply sunscreen on amcloudy day of spending time outside, it is less likely that we would.

Perhaps another question would be also to say what type of colouring you have and what factor you use?

LoveBeingKnockedUp Fri 01-Apr-11 18:04:54

Mnhq ~ help just accidently submitted when entering my I'd details at the end please can youhelp i'm on my phone please don't make me redo it sad

scrappydappydoo Fri 01-Apr-11 18:19:45

Done but agree more space for comments would have been helpful...

That bit with the drop down selections bored me to tears. I had to give up.

solo Fri 01-Apr-11 19:21:45

I want to protect my Dc's from harmful rays, but it's very expensive to buy decent screens and last year, I managed to completely ruin two of Dd's most beautiful dresses using a spray version of the above mentioned sun screen angry. It doesn't bloody well come out in the wash!!!

Lilyloo Fri 01-Apr-11 19:28:42

done

bluebump Fri 01-Apr-11 19:34:40

Done.

Bicnod Fri 01-Apr-11 19:43:19

Done

CharlotteBronteSaurus Fri 01-Apr-11 19:45:21

done
<marathon>

done!

Tortoise Fri 01-Apr-11 19:59:04

Done

Done but the question about when your child is at school I had trouble answering. I would put it on before school but I don't know what the school policy is yet (it's her first year at nursery & hasn't cropped up yet)

MrsTittleMouse Fri 01-Apr-11 20:27:49

Done, but the question "do you feel guilty about sunbathing?" is like "when did you stop beating your wife?". I don't feel guilty, because I don't do it!

Goober Fri 01-Apr-11 20:29:44

Done.
(Had a good day today, Helen. smile)

wineclub Fri 01-Apr-11 20:31:47

Done but it was a badly put together survey

No space for not sunbathing or for a child to apply their own suncream before school.

I now look like a bitch because I use factor 15 moisturiser every day but don't always use sun cream on my dcs grin. Plus I only use it on my face and make sure I get my legs out to make some vit D.

FriggFRIGG Fri 01-Apr-11 20:39:38

done ...
finally.

<phew>

TONKINS Fri 01-Apr-11 21:09:22

Done!

belledechocchipcookie Fri 01-Apr-11 21:13:17

Done. It needs more space for comments though. Ds is allergic to most sunblocks so we usually keep covered up and stay in the shade. He doesn't get sunburn.

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