Applying sunscreen while on the golf course can certainly affect your grip. This season, however, golfers – men included – have a great sunscreen option: Brush On Block. You apply it just like ladies brush on their make up.
Introduced late last year, Brush On Block contains titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, both of which are well-known, naturally occurring minerals. Both minerals offer broad-spectrum sunscreening action when used as directed, while providing some of the safest sun protection available.
Brush On Block is a non-irritating, all-natural sweat- and water-resistant powder sunscreen that comes in a self-dispensing, refillable brush. This non-greasy formula reflects the sun’s rays and is easy to reapply on the go, or between holes on the golf course.
Diagnosed with skin cancer in the late 1990s, Susan Posnick eventually developed the SPF 30 Brush On Block. “I am passionate about sun protection. “I created Brush On Block to make it easy for every man, woman, and child to help protect their skin from the sun,” she says. “Most people don’t wear sunscreen, even though they know they should. Brush On Block makes it easy. It is quick, convenient, and doesn’t sting your eyes or make your skin feel greasy.”
An avid golfer and gardener, Monica Rice, has been using Brush On Block for the last month in her hometown of Yakima, Wash. “It’s very easy to apply, and I don’t have to wash my hands after using it,” she says.
One final note to macho guys who wouldn’t be caught dead playing from the white tees or brushing on their sunscreen: Try applying Brush On Block in your car before taking to the course. You’ll save face in more ways than one. Your skin will appreciate it, and your doctor will be please since he won’t be treating you for melanoma anytime soon. More details about the product are available at www.brushonblock.com.
Rick Stedman is an avid golfer, RVer, and writer who lives in Olympia, Washington. Rick writes a golf column, “The RV Golfer,” which is published every month in rvlife.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.