You've prepared for a day in the sun - you have your sunglasses, sunscreen and other sunny-day necessities. But have you checked your medications?
Lighten those locks!
Make sure to protect yourself from those rays!
Everyone wants a nice amount of color, so how do we get it?
So what's the latest magical skin cancer prevention product? Turns out there are a lot of them.
Spring is finally here and I couldn't be happier! The only problem is that I can hardly stand to sit in class when it's sunny and beautiful outside. The moment the seasons started to change, all of the sun-deprived library dwellers emerged on campus. Don't miss out on the action! Here are 8 cliche things you can do on campus now that the sun is out.
It's about that time again, Spring Break is here! I'm on my way to Destin, but I wanted to give y'all some SB sun safety advice. I love being tan, and there's nothing wrong with that but please practice safe sun.
It's strange, but for some reason spending 45 minutes on the elliptical feels unnatural when the weather starts warming up. It's like lying in a tanning bed when it's 80 degrees and sunny outside. Clearly, I've already grown tired and bored of my normal workout routine for the year. The solution? Exploring outdoor activities that will provide me with a sense of adventure as I tone up.
With summer coming, I've been quite focused on pumping you all with information about practicing safe sun. Well, get excited, because I have some more! A lot of you love tanning, I get it, but there's a way to do it safely.
I rarely burn, but I've had a few cases of awful sunburn where I had to stay inside and lay on the floor because my down comforter felt like a bed of nails against my skin. I've blistered and picked and even had sun poisoning. So trust me, I feel your pain.
As you start to think about what to bring (and equally important, what not to bring) you might be finding some gaps in your Spring Break-appropriate wardrobe. Got your swimsuit (or maybe 15)? How about something to go over it?
With Spring Break fast approaching (more on that here!), it's time to start thinking about what you'll be wearing with that margarita on the hot, sandy beaches. That also means it's time to get your bikini bod ready and prep yourself for the agony of swimsuit shopping.
It's strange, but for some reason spending 45 minutes on the elliptical feels unnatural this time of year. It's like lying in a tanning bed when you it's 80 degrees and sunny outside. Clearly I've slightly, OK totally, abandoned my usual workout routine.
The dog days of summer are quickly approaching and you know what that means; muggy, steamy heat. Whether you're on the waterfront or completely landlocked, even those of you in the so-called "dry heat" states can't avoid the boil of a mid-July day. Do your best to stay cool, dry and sweat free with these products that bring on the chill.
Back in the day when Speedo one-pieces were cool, I had no interest in tanning. Although I fought through “sunscreen smear down” sessions with my mom, my skin was still, for the most part, shielded from the sun all summer long. It wasn’t until my friends started wearing bikinis and lots of Hawaiian tropic, that my Irish complexion got it’s first taste of sunburn.