Traditional sunscreen products come in the form of a lotion, cream or spray, but SPF sticks are a relatively new addition to the SPF market. You can apply them either all over your face, or as extra protection on the areas where pigment spots form and where you burn the fastest.
How do you apply SPF with a stick?
Each part of your face (or body) where you apply the SPF stick needs to be gone over several times. Even four times is not enough. And it's important not to miss a single spot on your face. It can be a bit of a challenge as most sticks are transparent, but make sure you really haven't missed any areas. You don't want to look like a zebra.
For 100% protection, we recommend using a classic sunscreen with a high SPF 50+ in the morning and leaving the SPF stick for touch-ups during the day. We don't take any chances.
An SPF stick will definitely have its place in your sun protection arsenal. Practical right down to the very last degree! Have fun applying!