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There’s no law that says you can’t tote around a quart-size container of sunscreen—but there are more compact, less spill-prone alternatives. Like this lip balm-size solid, which offers broad spectrum protection while still fitting into your pocket. It’s concentrated formula is designed to stand up to serious, marathon-in-August sweat.
Put this on in a Nats game, and it definitely wore off in the early innings, leaving me rather red and crispy. i guess it's convenient, though.3
I love this product. It is simple and easy to apply.
I often have a very dry face all year round (especially in the T-zone) and this product does a great job fixing the issue. It applies on rather greasy at first but once it rubs in, it does not leave a residue or filmy look.
I love how convenient this sunblock is, but can't get over the feeling of rubbing, what looks like chapstick, all over my face. Call me old fashioned, but I prefer to stick to lotion type sun block.3
After using this facestick (both the mini and the regular size), I'll never go back to any other face/lip/nose balm or sunscreen. The product is made with natural oils that absorb into your skin, help avoid dry skin, yet do not leave your skin feeling oily afterwards.5
I used this on a recent vacation for a day by the pool. I didn't get burnt and my lips retained moisture.4
It's nice to have and it's portable. But spreading this across your face, the product won't last too long. Plus, if you want another one, it's not worth the value. But I do like that it is portable.3
Being bald, I have a need for come protection on my head anytime i'm outside. This stick has been a lifesaver. I carry it in my bag with all my gear and it goes everywhere with me.4
I definitely need the sun screen, but I really wasn't a fan of SPF in stick form.2
This product is great and easy. No lotion in the eyes goes on with one hand.4
I like this, but I'm not sure it's necessary enough to actually purchase.4