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Mum claims Asda sunscreen burned children and turned their hands pink on holiday

Natalie Nuttall, 31, claims she regularly refilled her children with the supermarket brand’s colored Factor 50 Protect Kids sunscreen while on holiday in Tenerife

Mum Natalie took a picture of her daughter Rhia to show off her sunburn despite using the cream
Mom Natalie snapped a picture of her daughter Rhia to show off her sunburn after the holiday

A mother-of-three claims her children were crispy burned while their own hands look salmon-colored after using a bottle of Asda’s own-brand sunscreen on their holiday abroad.

Natalie Nuttall, 31, claims she regularly refilled her kids with colored Factor 50 Protect Kids sunscreen from the supermarket throughout the holiday, she reports Manchester evening news.

However, she said her daughter Rhia, 10, burned her shoulders and back at the end of her first day in Tenerife and her three-year-old son Jaxon burned his legs.

Natalie wrote on Facebook: “I just saw a post about this..






She claims her hands turned pink after using the cream





Natalie Nuttall took her children Rhia, 10, Jaxon, 3, and Chester, 2, on their recent holiday to Tenerife

“I used it this week on our first day of vacation…it turned my hands pink and burned my kids…little girl’s shoulders and my little boy’s legs…

“I’ve been topping her up with cream all day, we had to buy more as it didn’t protect her. I wouldn’t recommend this cream at all.”

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Atherton’s mother, Wigan, added: “It didn’t stain the children but by the time I had finished all three children it wouldn’t wash off my hands, it had stained me.






The bottle of Asda sunscreen in question

“Being pink isn’t great either, as you can’t tell if you missed anything on the body.

“I went that day and bought more cream because I didn’t trust it to be pink, but it was already burning by the afternoon.”

After contacting Asda, she was asked to return the product to the store so that the product could be examined.






Natalie claims that the pink color makes it difficult to tell if you’ve missed something

An Asda spokesman said: “All our UV blocking sunscreens are dermatologically tested and we have asked the customer to return the bottle they bought so we can carry out tests to ensure there are no issues with that bottle.

“We are pleased that this customer has confirmed that her children are well and we would like to reassure all our customers that we have not received any further complaints of this nature.”

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