Orgo Completely Weightless SPF 29 Sunscreen Face Spray

Sunscreen is one of those things I know I need to be better about applying; the sun is damaging, and it can lead to a whole slew of side effects down the line. Not just cosmetic reasons, but also potential health issues.

The Orgo Completely Weightless SPF 29 Sunscreen Face Spray is easy to use, and perfect for those who otherwise tend to forget to apply sunscreen. This is a fragrance-free, paraben-free product that is super easy to use, and is non-greasy to boot.

I was recently in Florida and got to test out this new sunscreen, which is designed for the face and neck area. As someone who usually sports a lobster red nose for a few days at the beginning of warmer weather, I was curious to see if this would actually work.

This looks more like a perfume bottle, and while it might feel like you’re about to mace yourself, think of it more like a hydrating facial mist. Close your eyes, and spray one or two times, and then you’re basically good to go. The sunscreen comes out in a super fine mist, which absorbs quickly. I erred on the side of caution and sprayed a bit more than you maybe need, and just needed to quickly tap-tap the product into my skin.

Did it work? It did indeed — no sunburns for me, and my nose returned home looking slightly bronzed instead of the usual shade of lipstick red. Hey there, handsome.

I’m also a big fan of the packaging. This feels industrial chic, and is a bit of a masculine take on sunscreen, done up all fancy in an aluminum bottle.

$32 for 2oz bottle

Sample courtesy of the brand.

Jeff Smith

Jeff started in photography and short format video, and he's been at the forefront of the web tv movement. He’s worked on haute couture shoots in Paris, shot street style in Milan, and is currently developing a steady roster of beauty, fashion, and digital clients in NYC.