I know that this isn’t part of one’s skin but I’ve decided to include it because it will complete your bikini-babe look.
I recommend a good anti-dandruff shampoo because of its potent cleansing ingredients. Gallivanting under the sun for hours will inevitably harbor bacteria and what better way to clean it than with a trusty shampoo.
The cooling effect of menthol also alleviates the beach heat as well.
When we are on a vacation, we tend to stay outside most of the time, rather than caged in a hotel room.
It’s very convenient to have something that we can reapply all throughout the day for our locks to maintain its healthy and shiny glow.
This will contain a lot of sub-categories because a beach skin care guide is always complicated.
Whoever said that looking pretty is as easy as 1-2-3 was seriously disturbed.
A broad-spectrum and gel-based sunscreen is the best for the beach. Humidity and oils don’t go hand-in-hand.
Gels are skin-friendlier and give a cooling effect.
If you don’t want to feel icky, go for it.
Look for a product with a high SPF, seriously, the higher the better.
PS: Forget about skin whitening products 3 days before your holiday. Stop taking isotretinoin, retinols, niacinamide, alpha-arbutin, and everything that exfoliates and makes your skin sensitive 3 days before your beach trip as well.
Did I miss anything in this Beach Skin Care Guide that you want to be addressed? Kindly write it on the comments section and I will reply to you as soon as possible.