Brush On Block

Mineral Powder Sunscreen Sample

Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Good fit

8/31/2015 by Shirley

I like this powder for the spf quality. It is nice to swish on the powder and feel like I am done.


Great concept…..

8/27/2015 by Ruth

I like the product but the dispenser doesn't work well. If I want to get a good load on the brush, I have to open the reservoir and dip the brush in. But the color is good as is the protection.


It's great.

8/14/2015 by raynette

I love everything about it except putting to top back on over the brush. Finally I don't have to contend with sunscreen melting in the perspiration and dripping into my eyes. It's just what I was looking for.


Still testing it...

8/12/2015 by Buffalo

As a rosacea sufferer, I have marched through a large selection of sunblocks and sunscreens. Several Consumer Reports and Federal studies of the useless shite currently sold at drugstores led me to start using a "physical barrier" style sunscreen/block like Brush On Block. After coating my face and arms with gooey, chalky, zinc oxide that "disappeared on application!"(Not!) I was at wit's end. Then I saw this on The Grommet and in my best Cockney accent said: "'Ello! Wot's this, then?" At the time I was using a "cover-up" block that was tinted green. Huh? I bought BOB and have been using it whenever I go out. I ride a motorcycle and am always in the sun.So far I really like the ease of application and it doesn't seem to be triggering any rosacea outbreaks. I would like to suggest a "Manly Man" size applicator and a larger supply bottle. I recommend it highly.


genius with one flaw

7/29/2015 by angelica

Genius idea, however the brush does not retreat in order to put the cap back on .



7/28/2015 by Nancy

Like it -- easy to use and provides great protection.
Probably not good for folks with dry skin (cream or lotion might be better).


design problem?

7/27/2015 by angelica

Genius idea, however one design flaw (at least with mine): The brush does not retract to put the cap back on. Bouncing around in a handbag, some of the powder will come out.


Convenient to use

7/25/2015 by Christine

I like the whole concept of a brush on sunscreen, however, it made me look like I was caked in powder. I needed to swipe a tissue over my face after application.


Sun screen

7/22/2015 by Lois

This purchase was for my son. He has skin pigment, so sun screen is an absolute must. This is so much better then the liquids he has been using all his life. Dirt does not stick to him or his clothes. That is wonderful. It is so much easier to apply & doesn't burn his eyes when he does sweat. We have ordered a number of refills!



9/28/2019 by Connie

I'm not really sure about this product. It seams a little difficult to see when the powder is in the brush. I was drawn to this item due to the ease of of application and non-messy aspect. May be learning curve or user error. Pretty good idea! If I can get it to work.

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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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