Sports Proof Your Sunscreen

If you, like many other frequent sports enthusiasts, want to keep your skin protected against sun damage, but struggle to find a sunscreen that doesn’t slip and slide everywhere and sting your eyes, then you’re in the right place...

Let us introduce you to the Sport Stick SPF 50 from Colorescience UK. The product is essentially as it sounds - an SPF, in a handy stick format. Powered by EnviroScreen Technology and broad-spectrum mineral SPF 50 protection, this powerhouse pocket protector defends the skin against UVA/UVB rays, blue (HEV) light, pollution AND infrared radiation – that's impressive, right!?

But that’s not all... Here’s some of the other main benefits of this innovative mineral sunscreen which will help make your runs just that little bit safer:


+ ALL-MINERAL FORMULA – no chemicals = no sweat sting!

The hydrating and antioxidant-rich formula is also made with 100% minerals, meaning it’s safe for your skin, and the environment. We all know how frustrating sticky sunscreen in the eyes can be on those long hot runs. Fortunately, mineral SPF’s do not contain the chemicals that cause this issue. In fact, the two most common ingredients in mineral sunscreens, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, are the only sunscreen ingredients generally recognized as safe and effective by the FDA.



Sport Stick SPF 50 is water and sweat-resistant for up to 80 minutes, meaning that you can endure those hot summer runs without worrying about your protection failing you, and without harsh, chemical sunscreen residue dripping into your eyes.



The easy-to-apply stick format of this sunscreen and compact size makes it the perfect addition to take with you on the go, especially on those long runs... (P.S. it can even fit in your pocket!)

Upon application, it effortlessly glides onto the skin, with a non-greasy formula and a dry-touch finish which blends into the skin clear and leaves no trace.


A little PSA: As with any stick sunscreen, please don’t leave it out in hot temperatures for too long, as the formula may soften or lose its shape, (although it won’t lose its protective effectiveness!)