troubleshooting Question

capacitive stylus is not 'palm-proof' ie doesn't respond when palm rests on iPad

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I got the above pen  & my kid find that it's not "palm-proof") ie
 whenever she rest her palm  on the iPad, the pen doesn't work.

Guess her palm/hand is capacitive: is the original pen/pencil from
Apple  "palm-proof" & can recommend any such pen out there
that  is palm-proof?   ideally below US$50

Hope that she doesn't have to wear a non-capacitive glove to
overcome this or how does users out there overcome this?
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