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Great Barrier Reef - Grand Cayman
JUST PASSING ON SOME GOOD TO KNOW INFO FOR YOUR AQUEOUS ACTIVITIES THIS SUMMER
As time goes by I become more cautious with the products I use on both my face & body, as well as what the weather can do to damage one's skin. When winter calls you must keep your skin hydrated due to dryness, but in the summer its all about the intense UV Rays. Here is my guide to staying safe & having fun under the sun!
- SPF: Summer or not you should always wear a facial moisturizer with SPF. When it comes to going to the beach & participating in outdoor activities you should always wear a sun block that is water resistant & also non greasy. For the face I recommend Aveeno Baby Continuos Protection Sun Block, for the body Banana Boat Ultra Defense Broad Spectrum Sunscreen & for the lips Blistex Deep Renewal
- LEAVE-IN: When getting out of the salty or chlorine water it is always best to hydrate your hair with a leave in conditioner. I prefer a mousse type formula rather than a spray; I recommend Aussie leave in conditioner mousse. When baking in the sun I use [condition 3-in-1 which is a leave in conditioner mousse + SPF] they recently stopped putting them up on shelves so if any of you know of any mousse type formula that has SPF please let me know!
- HAT/SUNGLASSES: Heres to hoping you don't get a scalp burn! Hats are an easy way to cast off scalp burns if you are going for a loose beach wave look. [or simply just pick up your hair] Sunglasses are a way to keep you from aging if you really look at it... The more you squint from the sun the more visible your lines will appear.
Tip: If you have acne prone skin, don't worry about applying your daily creams and medications; the beach is your natural cure. Salt water cleans your pores, exfoliates your face & dries up acne.