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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.
Not Bad. I liked the smell and the texture but I felt that it left me a little more "shiny" than I like.4
Nice to throw in your pocket. My husband uses his for work. He's always outside and without sunscreen. Now he won't be lugging around a huge bottle of the cream. Thanks!5
I love how easy this is to carry and apply. I have not had a chance to try it in the sun yet but I imagine it will work fantastic.5
I'm sold, portable sunscreen. I just keep this in my bag and use it when I need to. Works great.4
This is great for my husband. He burns easily and hates sunblock because it "feels greasy" so he can keep this in his pocket and quickly cover areas that burn easily.4
The size is just perfect to carry it around anywhere. The price is steep for the size of the product4
Works best on vital areas like nose and tops of ears. Doesn't go on as thick as I had feared.3
This stuff is kind of thick feeling but I like that . I don't really use chapstick until winter but when we go boarding it should come in handy and hopefully work better than blistex or berts.5
This product is great. The key to sun protection is reapplication. About every three hours, you should reapply sunscreen-more frequently after direct exposure to the sun. This product makes reapplication easy. You don't have to worry about lugging around a large, messy, liquid sunscreen. The lip balm shaped sun screen is not messy and can be carried in your pocket. I think it is a must have.5
I'm completely satisfied with the spf protection this product delivers on my lips and nose. However, I'm a bit reluctant to try it on my face as I feel it might be too greasy.3