Sun protection that won't budge when you're in the ocean or adventuring in the sun. Our formula has earned the love and trust of surfers, lifeguards and adventurers across the globe because it was designed with surfing and ocean-conservation in mind. This convenient stick travels easy and makes applying sunscreen a breeze. Provides broad spectrum SPF 30+ UVA/UVB protection.
Made with 100% natural ingredients, Non-Nano Zinc Oxide and Zero-waste packaging.
Avasol sunscreen is uniquely formulated according to traditional medicinal wisdom and cutting-edge green chemistry. Meticulously handcrafted in small batches, it’s ethically sourced from ultra-premium organic, wildcrafted, nutrient-rich, and highly antioxidant raw ingredients. As for nanoparticles, GMOs, parabens, petrochemicals, and synthetic chemicals, you won’t find a single one in any of our products -- ever. Our Surfer’s Barrier Stick’s plastic-free, bio-based tube packaging was a major innovation in the sunscreen industry when we first brought it to market over a decade ago. It continues to ensure our sticks won’t ever add to the ocean plastics problem, even if you forget yours on the beach.
With 30 and 50+ SPF versions available, the Barrier Stick provides broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection and has a water resistance rating of 80 minutes. A 100% bio-based product that’s been clinically and allergy tested, it’s the safest sunscreen choice for your entire family. Whether you’re a parent or professional athlete, you’ll love that Avasol is non-greasy, non-runny, and doesn’t irritate your skin. Ethically sourced and sustainably produced in the USA. Net weight 1oz/28g.
Not just for your lips and face, the Barrier Stick is perfect to cover any body part that's exposed, like fingers, hands, feet, and necks. The more you apply, the more protection you’ll have. Unlike conventional, synthetic, chemical-based sunscreens, mineral sunscreens start working the second that you apply them to the skin. Don’t forget to keep the packaging dry since it’s biodegradable.
Pro tip: rubbing it in helps the sunscreen become less opaque!
Always rely on common sense when in the sun, and use clothing and hats as your primary form of solar protection. Respect your personal exposure limits.