I’ve never been a fan of Block and White products. I just don’t find them aesthetically appealing.
I won’t go into the nitty gritty of as to why I don’t like it. My mean blogger days are over.
Just look at the sad bottle itself.
Surprisingly, the smell of this sunblock is appealing. It has a typical fresh and clean scent that’s not too overpowering. I’m not a fan of heavily-scented skin care products because I have sensitive skin.
Consistency of this is very watery and is easily absorbed by the skin.
True to its claim, it’s indeed non-sticky. Water-resistance is also ample as I’ve used this on the beach where humidity is apparent.
However, please know that this has some density as any other sunblock so don’t expect a totally light-weight feel especially if you’re planning to apply it on your face.
Furthermore, this prevented my skin from feeling burned by the sun for a good 3 hours and I really have nothing bad to say about it.
If you’re planning to use it as a daily sunblock especially if you’re an office worker who commutes by public transportation and get your skin exposed to the sun for short increments, I highly recommend it.
However, if you’re planning to stay under the sun for an extended period of time, I don’t recommend it. Yes, it is broad spectrum but the SPF is a bit low. If Block and White will come up with something that’s more than 70, it’s then that I can say that it’s a holy-grail product especially if the price point stays consistent.
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