Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick
Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick Sun Stick SPF50 Seventy One Percent Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick

Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick

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The Seventy One Percent SPF50 Sun Stick protects very well against UVA and UVB rays. It is waterproof and has been made especially for surfers.

It is composed of shea butter, extracts of Mimosa tenuiflora which is a plant active ingredient that stimulates cell renewal and keeps your skin hydrated.

It also contains antioxidants such as vitamin E. They protect yout skin, nourish and regenerate it.

Available in "Brown" (flesh colour) and in "Clear/White"  (white/transparent) versions.

• Made especially for surfers

• Environmentally friendly

• Ecological

• Made in France

• 1% of profit disbursed to the SURF RIDER FOUNDATION

• Dermatologist tested

• Free from nanoparticules

• Free from paraben

• Free from phenoxyethanol

• Free from Alcohol

• Free from petrolatum

Data sheet

Capacity 12,7ml

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Based on 13 reviews

  • 5

    All ok (Translated review)

  • 2

    It's ok but I thought it would be more water resistant, in a couple of duck dives you get half of it. For mountaineering or other activities great. (Translated review)

  • 5

    Great sun protection.

  • 4

    Perfect for quick application (Translated review)

  • 5

    Ditto (Translated review)

  • 5

    What I was looking for. It looks great where you put it on and resists water. (Translated review)

  • 5

    Perfect (Translated review)

  • 5

    I will buy again. (Translated review)

  • 5

    Good and small (Translated review)