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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.
I was a bit underwhelmed with the face stick. It isn't horrible I just hate the idea of rubbing a stick all over my face and didn't like the way it made my skin feel afterwards.3
I like the idea of SPF - but think that it should be in everything - moisturizers, shave cream, hand soap, everything !!
I found this a bit hard to apply - I would love to have a good face-friendly spray (or mist) that had good SPF.
It is a good product but I don't see the different from other regular CVS brands3
I like the packaging the most. The product is ok, but the packaging lends itself to taking it anywhere.3
When I received the sample stick I thought it had to be lip balm. Indeed it was, but it also claims to be for your nose and face. I thought this was a little weird and decided to try it on just my lips first. The product left a weird taste on my lips and I kept having the urge to wipe it off. I never even considered applying to my nose or face after the feeling it gave my lips. Was not for me.2
I love the Idea of a sunscreen stick. It's not invasive and great to carry around.4
Good little extra to throw in the beach bag to protect the lips from burning.4
I have only used this a lip balm, as I think alternating between my face and lips is kind of weird--also I have sensitive skin, and am very careful about what I use on my face. It makes a great lip balm, and holds up even on the sunniest and dryest days. I will get more of this for sure.5
Its a little bit on the greasy side at first. Convenient for travel.4
Out on the lake yesterday, thought it was a perfect opportunity to try out the face stick. Rubbed the stick all over my face. Not doubling back over the coating, mind you, just giving it a once-over in the hot sun.
Then my wife looked at me. "What's on your face?" she said. FAIL..