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Brush On Block

Mineral Powder Sunscreen Sample

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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Difficult to dispense

5/13/2018 by Lynn

I was never able to get the powder to come through the brush enough to apply, no matter how hard I shook and tapped. Very disappointing.

1

Wow I bought this over a year ago and didn't care for it. You might want to update your site!

8/10/2017 by Patti Sue

Wouldn't recommend.

1

Leaves a muddy look on skin

11/20/2016 by Sharon

Not impressed.

1

Lousy purchase

7/29/2015 by Martha

This powder is supposed to be translucent, but instead is a strong yellow/olive tint...which looks awful on a fair pale/pink complexion. Should have stuck with Bare Minerals - I was hoping to use this on my neck and face when not wearing makeup, but it didn't work for me. Good idea, bad execution!

1

not user friendly

7/22/2015 by Gail

I am sure this product would be good if the powder were pressed. I found it very difficult to use as the powder/sunscreen was all over the place and unevenly dispersed.

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The Brush On Block Story

Brush on Block - Mineral Powder Sunscreen

Easy Cover Up

Back off, sun. We’re armed with a brush.

Brush on Block is a mineral sunscreen for the whole family, in powder form. The self-dispensing brush is mess-free and easy to take with you, holding a cartridge of SPF 30 powder inside—a couple of shakes and you’re ready to apply. When you run out, just refill the brush.

Naturally occurring minerals like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide protect skin. And botanicals like chamomile and green tea extracts enrich, soothe, and replenish it. Because there’s no tint, you can wear it under makeup or over.

Creator Susan Posnick is a beauty and skincare
expert—the personal makeup artist to Mary Kay and other celebrities, Susan has her own cosmetic line. But when she was diagnosed with melanoma, she discovered her true calling. Today she’s a skin health advocate making better ways to protect your skin, like Brush on Block.

Brush some on the kids before a bike ride (it won't sting their eyes like lotion), or apply it before golfing, skiing, or hiking. No greasiness, and no more sunburnt noses.
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