Vertra Invisible Face Stick: Broad Spectrum Sun Protection in a Stick

High-grade, natural, protective, non-greasy, water-resistant

As an eternal wanderer, I have danced with the sun in every corner of the world, and it has left its mark on me. From the rainforests of Borneo to the sands of Marrakesh, the sun is a persistent companion, as relentless as it is illuminating. Over time, I've grown wise and learnt the value of a steadfast shield, which is why this product has become my go-to.

The Vertra Invisible Face Stick is not just a sunscreen; it's an investment in your adventure. With an SPF of 45, this gem provides broad-spectrum protection from both UVA and UVB rays. It stands its ground, rain or shine, with an impressive water resistance lasting up to 80 minutes.

This formula is no one-trick pony. The non-nano mineral formula is designed to remain on the skin's surface and not seep into your body. Plus, it's free from the controversial chemicals Oxybenzone and Octinoxate, and let's not even get started on parabens. It's an eloquent statement of the brand's commitment to your well-being and that of our planet.

What's also noteworthy is the deliberate choice of ingredients, a list that reads like a who's who of nature's finest. There's Sunflower Seed Wax, Shea Butter, Coconut and Avocado Oil, all lending their unique qualities to this formula. They're joined by powerhouses like Zinc Oxide, Cocoa Seed Butter and a dash of Aloe Leaf Extract.

The result? An indulgent blend that's good for you and feels great too. This formula doesn't play for the other team – there's no greasy after-feel. Instead, it boasts a semi-matte finish that would be welcome on any voyage.

The face stick takes on a chameleon persona, transitioning from bright yellow to clear upon application on most skin tones. Its unique, color-shifting property is a testament to the natural ingredients within. Not all will wear the same hue, but that doesn't make them any less effective.

Lastly, the Vertra Invisible Face Stick is a fragrance-free formula, perfect for those who prefer their skincare to be seen and not smelt.

So go ahead, seize the day, but remember, an adventurer's face is their passport. Take care of it. This face stick is more than sun protection; it's the confidence to face the day, no matter where you are or what you're doing. It's your ticket to the world, my fellow wanderers. Take it and explore. You'll thank me later.


  1. Broad Spectrum Sun Protection: The Vertra Invisible Face Stick provides broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection, essential for preventing sunburn and reducing the risk of skin cancer and premature aging.
  2. Water Resistance: With a water resistance of up to 80 minutes, this sunscreen is suitable for outdoor activities, including swimming and intense physical workouts.
  3. Natural Ingredients: This product boasts an array of natural, skin-nourishing ingredients like Sunflower Seed Wax, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, and Aloe Leaf Extract.
  4. Free from Harmful Chemicals: The formula is free from Oxybenzone, Octinoxate, and Parabens, which are controversial due to their potential health and environmental impacts.
  5. Non-Greasy and Fragrance-Free: It offers a semi-matte finish, which is non-greasy and suitable for all skin types. Additionally, its fragrance-free nature makes it ideal for those with sensitive skin or allergies.


  1. Color Variation: The product color can vary from clear to bright yellow due to the natural ingredients, which may be off-putting to some consumers. However, it becomes clear upon application for most skin tones.
  2. Price: Priced at $21, this might be considered expensive for a face stick, especially for those on a budget or who use sun protection daily.
  3. Zinc Oxide Concentration: While Zinc Oxide is a highly effective sun-protecting ingredient, at 22%, it could potentially leave a white cast on darker skin tones, despite the product's claim to go on clear for most.
  4. Potential for Comedogenic Ingredients: The formula contains ingredients like Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride and Coconut Oil, which can be comedogenic (pore-blocking) for some people, potentially leading to breakouts.
  5. Packaging: The stick form may not be preferred by all. Some may find it less hygienic or inconvenient compared to other application types like sprays or lotions.


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