Original web offer details & such: 1 bottle - $19.95 + $5.95 S&H.
Truth told, I'm working on one last review before going outside for a run because it's that time of the year where the sun is too high in the sky and I"m not too pail to adventure out without a game plan. But I'm not one of those that likes to lather on sunscreen before going out and sweating. It seems to counterproductive.
So when I go check out the newest sun product - Brush on Block - I go at it from the perspective as one who doesn't just want to brown in the sun but be active in it as well.
Will Brush on Block do the trick? Well, that's why we review & research these things.
A sun protectant that is SPF 30 and can go on over makeup, Brush on Block gives the impression of being a heavy-duty protectant for those sunlight worshipers. The advertisers claim that their formula is proprietary, natural formula and they lather the product site with testimonial and What-Are videos to help soak in the point. Still curious about the running thing.
According to BuyBrushonBlock.com, your product claims the following features and benefits:
- instant, natural mineral sunscreen
- hypo-allergenic & free of chemical sunscreen stuff
- goes on dry (well, or dries really quickly)
- sweat and water resistant (there's the running answer!)
- easy to clean and refill (mucho running)
Order Process: We checked all the online indicators and we only saw cobwebs and heard crickets - proverbially speaking. From what we can tell the product's been around a few years and has developed a grass-roots, non-heavy TV campaigning and if after all that time there isn't much about the order process, we begin to breathe a little easier. If the As Seen on TV Lifers tell us otherwise, we'll pass along the info.
Very, very fluffy. We played around with a variation of keyword searches and checked out a few niche sites and to this point we haven't seen anything that would concern us heavily. It's a health-like product so our completely unofficial, unlicensed, as-a-friend opinion would be to talk to your physician before using it but that's up to us. Also, we didn't find any cases of Vampires using them an exploding so we can safely
assume that Brush on Block is safe for the afterlifers. We didn't see any of this:
We're still on the fence about it. If I were to use it I'd call my doc first. He's getting tired of my phone calls at this point. But I like to play it safe. But since we didn't find anything on our search, we'd be willing to take Brush on Block out for a test run. Customer Service: Phone: 866.967.2092 Hours: M-F, 7am-7pm PST
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