Natalie Nuttall says she repeatedly topped up her three kids with the colored issue 50 Protect Kids sun cream. But on the finish of their first day in Tenerife, Natalie’s 10-year-old daughter Rhia had burnt her shoulders and again, whereas her three-year-old son Jaxon had burnt his legs.
Manchester Evening News reviews that Natalie, from Atherton, Wigan, wrote on Facebook: “Just seen a post about this.. I used this on our first day on holiday this week .. it stained my hands pink and burnt my kids .. little girls shoulders and my little boys legs .. I kept them topped up all day in cream we had to go buy more as this did not protect them.. wouldn’t recommend this cream at all.”
The 31-year-old informed the Manchester Evening News: “It didn’t stain the kids, but by the time I had done all three kids, it wouldn’t wash off my hands it had stained me.
“Being pink is not nice both as you may’t see if you happen to missed any of the physique. I went and purchased extra cream that day as I did not belief it to be pink, however she already burnt by the afternoon.”
After contacting Asda she has been asked to return the product to store so the product can be investigated.
An Asda spokesman said: “All of our UV blocking sunscreens bear dermatological testing and we now have requested the client to return the bottle they purchased in order that we will perform assessments to make sure there are not any issues with this bottle.
“We are happy that this buyer has confirmed her kids are doing nicely and we want to reassure all of our prospects that we haven’t obtained another complaints of this nature.’’