Monday, July 16, 2012

Susan Posnick Brush on Block SPF 30 | Review & Giveaway

I hope you're all having a great Monday! This week at the PS Beauty Blog, I've got giveaways galore going on so be sure to stop by "Fab Giveaways" page and check out the others. Here is another one of my summer faves from Susan Posnick ♥
BrushonBlock.com 

Just like the ColorFlo (also from Susan Posnick Cosmetics – in my last post), I absolutely love this new brush-on style sun block, "Brush on Block." You literally brush this translucent mineral powder on your skin and your set. It is incredibly easy to apply, it doesn't leave you greasy, and it has almost no scent - I'm totally in love! My #1 excuse is usually how much I hate the smell and feel of most sunscreens on my skin, but I actually look forward to wearing this one. I've seriously used it everyday since I got it- it's fabulous!

Brush on Block is perfect for everyday use. It can be worn alone, or it can be worn under or over foundation (yes...both). It’s the perfect size to travel with (its airplane-friendly) so it can easily be tossed into a purse, glove box, beach bag, desk, or even a small pocket in your baby bag.

It has an SPF 30 that does a great job of protecting my skin (and my family's skin) from the harsh rays. Plus, it's safe for kids (6 months and up) to use, so my whole family can use it. Its nice not having to bring five different sunscreens out to the pool. My 9-year-old daughter especially loves this sun block because it's like brushing makeup onto her skin. Plus, it doesn't run down her face when it gets wet or sting her eyes if it happens to get too close. And, that's something we both appreciate ♥

I love the way such a light powder can protect my dry sensitive skin from the sun. It is completely translucent, and its water-proof and sweat-proof for up to 80 minutes. And, thanks to the titanium dioxide and the zinc oxide (both naturally occurring minerals), this sunscreen offers broad spectrum protection and provides some of the safest sun protection available. Brush on Block can be used anywhere on the face and body that needs sun protection and is safe for use on all skin types. It won't cause breakouts or irritate skin because it is not actually absorbed into the skin. Instead, this powder sits on top of skin so it is perfect for those with sensitive or acne-prone skin.

Besides the awesome mineral ingredients, Brush on Block also contains green tea leaf extract (a natural antioxidant), safflower seed oil (an emollient that moisturizes) and chamomile flower extract and honeysuckle, both of which are perfect soothing skin and preventing inflammation.

Buy It

Brush on Block is available for $24.95 or you can buy them in multiples for less at www.brushonblock.com. Just one Brush on Block will last about 3-4 months with average use, so it’s well worth the price!

Win It

One lucky winner will be randomly chosen to receive a Brush on Block ($24.95 value) of their very own. Use the Rafflecopter form below to get your entries in. All entries will be verified before a winner is chosen and incomplete entries will be deleted.

GOOD LUCK ♥ 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I was not paid to write this review or to host this giveaway. I did receive the products mentioned above to facilitate my review. All opinions in this post are honest and are my own.

20 comments:

  1. flyergal82 AT (yahoo) /dot/ $com%
    She was Mary Kay's personal artist.

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  2. She was Mary Kay's personal make up artist

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  3. Susan first began experimenting with mineral skin products over a decade ago.

    Leslie Galloway (LesGalloway //at// hotmail //dot// com) www.facebook.com/GallowayLeslie

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  4. She was diagnosed with skin cancer in the late 1990’s.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  5. I learned that she developed brush on block in 2011. She is a personal makeup artist and has worked with celebrities. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Susan Posnick has been beautifying skin for over twenty years

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  7. She had skin cancer in the late 90's.

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  8. I learned she designed the brush on sunblock after she was diagnosed with skin cancer in the late 1990’s..

    Connie Gruning
    CGruning at aol(dot)com

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  9. She was diagnosed with skin cancer in the late 1990’s.

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  10. i learned that she had skin cancer

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  11. she is Mary Kay’s personal makeup artist

    heather.loftus@aol.com

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  12. Susan is also a photographer.

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  13. Susan over sees ever step of the making and selling new products.

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  14. I learned that she oversees bring in new products in. In all ways.
    couponmaster11 = deb kovac

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  15. I learned that she was diagnosed with skin cancer.

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  16. I learned that Susan designed the Brush-on-Block to make it quick and easy for people to apply sunscreen

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  17. she is a skin cancer survivor

    nicolemb2010@yahoo.com

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  18. She developed a range of natural color cosmetics with SPF :)

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  19. I learned that Susan Posnick has been beautifying skin for over twenty years.

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