Orga Plus Sun Stick
SPF50+ / PA++++

This best-selling sunblock offers safe, 100% transparent sun protection while also nourishing the skin. The clear formula provides effective coverage without any sticky texture or white residue, while the stick applicator allows for convenient, mess-free application.

Formulated from naturally derived ingredients, Ultra Pure Sun Stick uses various plant extracts to sooth and moisturize the skin, as well as help diminish enlarged pores. It also protects skin from air pollution and fine dust, which can cause uneven skin tone, dehydrating, wrinkling and inflammation.

Most importantly, the 24-hour formula provides superior UVA and UVB protection. It's both waterproof and sweat-proof, yet easily removed with soap and water. It even wears beautifully under makeup.

The OrgaPlus Ultra Pure Sun Stick broke sales records when it launched in March 2017, with a total sales revenue of $3.5 million over just 36 days. It quickly became the most popular sunscreen product in Korea.

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Key Ingredients
  •   - Melon extract and sea buckthorn provide UV care.
  •   - Water lily extract, xylitol and Blue Complex H hydrate and calm skin.
  •   - Extracts of apple, thanakha and cinnamomum cassia bark offer cooling care and help reduce the formation of keratin.
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Additional Info
  •   - SPF 50+ / PA++++ broad spectrum sunscreen
  •   - FDA registered
  •   - Includes 14 ECO-CERT certified ingredients and 9 patented ingredients
  •   - No parabens, benzophenone, synthetic fragrance, synthetic color, mineral oil, or triethanolamine
  •   - Safe for face and body
  •   - Has a light citrus fragrance
  •   - Available in two sizes: 0.6 oz./18 mL and 0.8 oz./24 mL

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Sun Protection FAQs

  • What does SPF stand for?
    SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It indicates the level of protection from UVB rays. The SPF number is the length of time you can stay out in the sun without burning.

  • What does PA stand for?
    PA indicates the level of protection from UVA rays. Ultraviolet-A (UVA) light is a longer wavelength of sunlight that makes up 95% of all UV light reaching the earth's surface.

  • What is broad-spectrum protection?
    A broad-spectrum sunscreen protects against both UVB and UVA light.

  • How should I apply sunblock?
    Sunblock should be applied 10-20 minutes before being in direct sunlight. How long sunblock is effective depends on the SPF level, but in general, it should be reapplied every 40-50 minutes, or after sweating, swimming, or wiping off skin with a towel.

  • What are the dangers of sun exposure?
    The possible dangers of sun exposure include skin cancer, abnormal skin discoloration, burns, premature aging, wrinkles and age spots.

  • When should I wear sunscreen?
    Sunscreen should be used at all times. Even if you can't see the sun, UVA and UVB rays are still present. They are able to penetrate clouds, fogs and mist. The worst sunburns can happen when you do not see the sun.