[BENTON] Mineral Sun Stick SPF 50+ PA++++ 15g

$16.00 $45.00

[DESCRIPTION]
Fitted with SPF50+ PA++++, this physical sun stick is formulated with hyaluronic acid, vitamin E and tocopherol to nourish skin while protecting it from free radicals. Comes in a velvety, balm-like texture that glides smoothly onto skin without leaving any white cast or sticky after feel.

A physical sun stick features a SPF 50/PA++++ that protects sensitive skin from UV rays with Titanium Dioxide.
Formulated with 3 types of Hyaluronic Acids and Tocopherol that moisturize the skin and protect the skin with rich nutrients including Vitamin E.
The soft balm texture gently blends on the skin without greasiness or white cast.

[HOW TO USE]
Apply a moderate amount evenly over the face and the areas exposed to the sunlight.

Each person may have different effects.
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Customer Reviews

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DisneyPrinces
Love this Korean Sunscreen!

I am an avid sunscreen user, but struggle with finding the right product for my skin. I'm super sensitive to creams (just hate the feeling) and won't use aerosols due to the health hazards. I've tried sunscreen sticks for years and haven't found one that is rated as both highly effective and safe based on EWG standards. Ready to give up, I read an article about Korean sunscreens and decided to research more. Wow, I couldn't believe the options available! I tried a few before Benton, and liked the consistency and coverage (but many are drying). Benton is moisturizing and is the only brand that keeps my skin (and my kiddos) hydrated and protected at the same time. I love that it rubs in with little white cast (although we are light skinned so I can't speak for those with darker tones) and strongly protects against both UVA and UVB rays. As a sunscreen snob, this is the first sunscreen I feel confident writing a review about. Give it a try!

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Rroachball
Good for sensitive skin

Leaves a slight white cast, easy to apply and is fairly matte which I like. I use it on patches of dermatitis with a light moisturizer underneath. If applied directly to skin it can highlight dry, irritated or compromised skin. In terms of protection it only has 1 physical filter, but I haven’t had a sun burn to the areas applied. It can cause clogged pores but so do other stick sunblocks at least for me. This is the only sunblock I have found that I can apply to areas of my face when my dermatitis kicks in. I also only use it when that happens.

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akny
Good mineral sunstick; works well. Very small amount, though.

I like this sunstick overall. I think it's kind of hard to find good mineral sun sticks out there so I gave this a try. I looked it up on Youtube and according to the amount of oz per square cm of your face, the 4 swipe rule for sun sticks doesn't really work for the full 50 spf coverage for this particular stick. The youtuber for this specific brand needed at least 8 swipes across the same area. I tried following this rule to an extent by doing at least 7 swipes by using gua sha-like movements across the face and neck. I can't believe, though, this barely lasted two weeks when following these updated instructions. Now, I use it as my last reapplication of the day. (Other times just using my normal sunscreen.) White cast isn't bad considering how much product I'm using, and protection is very good - my skin remains the same healthy, hydrated skin at the end of the day after I wash everything off. Overall a bit pricey for how little product there is compared to how much you're actually supposed to use, but happy with this for now and I have bought my second product.