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About the product

What Is It:

Laneige is a genius when it comes to their two-toned sticks — from primers to contouring to lip bars — and now they’ve applied their signature feature to a portable, no-mess sun protection in a stick. With a yellow side to brighten skin tone and a green side to counteract redness, this sun stick creates a barrier on the skin to protect from UV rays as well as against fine dust and pollution. Its physical/mineral/inorganic UV filters and SPF50/PA++++ formula offers the highest UVA/UVB protection available on the market, and its stick shape makes it easy to reapply — a must if you’re serious about sun protection. Formulated with a fine sebum control powder to absorb excess oil and macadamia seed oil and Jeju ginger oil to moisturize, the Laneige Anti-Pollution Two Tone Sun Stick will be your constant companion anywhere you go.
Free of animal raw materials, mineral oil, polyacrylamide, imidazolidinyl urea, triethanolamine, tar color, and talc.

Our insight:

This sun stick is a genius way to reapply your sunscreen. Find out why you have to reapply sun protection here.

How to use:

  • Twist the stick up and swipe from the center of the face outwards.
  • Reapply as needed, especially when outdoors for extended periods of time.


Main ingredients: Titanium Dioxide, macadamia seed oil, ginger oil

Brand info:

Since 1994, Laneige has long been an iconic Korean beauty brand. But it wasn’t until it launched its innovative mineral water technology — clinically proven to hydrate for 24 hours — that Laneige was poised for world domination. Arguably the industry leader in preaching the importance of skin hydration to the West, Laneige’s signature Water Bank line is now a staple in mass market stores across the U.S. In addition to a wide range of skincare products, Laneige also offers color cosmetics, including their cult favorite Two Tone Lip Bar and Lip Sleeping Mask.

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