Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by halk The best and easy to apply
Problem for golfers is applying sunscreen. It leaves a film on your hands which hinders your ability to control the club. Problem solved! Apply direct from the holder without touching.
Jun 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by mae99 So smooth on my face!
This is my first stick sunscreen so it's been bit tricky to use. Still not sure how much I should wear to have SPF 70 protection. Feels really comfortable on my skin including my face! This is only running much faster than I expected. I probably keep this only in my bag for reapplications from now on.
Jun 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Jabier Love this type of sunscreen
It's so handy, and not greasy. My husband also likes to use it when he golfs--not sticky, he says.
Feb 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by maddie what happened to the original oil free gel sunstic
I have recommend the oil free gel sunsticks for years, mainly for young athletes because it is the only sunscreen/stick that doesn't irritate the eyes, and you can get very close to the eyes. I can't find it anymore. Are you not making it currently?
Aug 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Theodore No oily ingredients?
I'm a loyal costumer of Neutrogena products because they work great, but this time I decided to buy what I thought it was a really handy and useful product because of its new presentation. Found it a bit pricy but still gave it a try. Unfortunately the very first day I used it, I noticed how oily, sticky and even sweaty my skin became in matter of mitutes on sun exposure and not even on a really strong sunny day. I immediately wiped it off my skin and kept on trying to see if maybe it would change but today, after a week, I give up :/
(Where my money back?)
Jul 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 Works Great
You just rub it on and then spread it around with your hands. Have used it several times and it seems to really work well. I would buy this again. In fact I bought two and I am glad I did.
Jun 22, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by LobsterCounselor Lobster Nose
I have used Neutrogena sunscreen for YEARS and have never had any problems. I work at a camp where I am outside in the sun all day, and I have very pale skin.
The first day of camp this Summer I applied this suncreen (brand new) multiple times (at least every two hours) but my nose is as red as a lobster now. I used Neutrogena sunscreen from last year on the rest of my body and didn't burn at all. I'm not sure if they changed something in the formula or what, but my nose has blistered and hurts really bad.
I like Neutrogena, but I'm not sure about the new sunscreen.
Jun 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Konflickted Easy On
While on vacation, I left my go-to sunscreen elsewhere and had to pick something up to keep the burning to a minimum. I skipped sunscreen my first day, much to my skin's horror, and knew that my skin couldn't make it through another sun. I stopped off at the local pharmacy and there were tons of things to choose from.
First, I thought: Hey, lotion. It's cheap. But then all the decades of the mini-micro-derm abrasions where inevitably sand would be added to the sun screen during multiple applications. I passed.
Second choice: spray on. However, quickly I passed. I always miss a spot here and there.
Then I saw this product. It goes on easy. If you know how to put on deodorant, you know how to put on this product. Rolls right on, absorbs in quick.
The only down side to this product? If you miss a spot, it will be noticeable after you burn. I had stripes where I missed.
Jun 1, 2014