Using sunscreen to protect your skin against sun damage has always felt like a tedious task. These sticky and smelly...
Because let's face it we've all been there.
Don't forget the sunscreen!
The FDA is against them.
Please use sunblock!
Because nothing is sacred.
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.
After years of lamenting my pasty state, I finally realized: I’m never going to be tan! My skin has always been and will always be pale. Baby, I was born this way.
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?
Your tickets are bought, your bags are packed and your alarm is set for the first day of your Spring Break. Aside from the token textbook you're bringing with you (simply to keep up appearances, right?), you plan on leaving all your worries, cares, and assignments at home. But here's one final checklist for you to go over before you leave so that you have an awesome and a SAFE trip.
We go through a lot of make up and hair videos over here, but I don't always go over skin care tips. How are you supposed to properly use makeup if you don't know how to care for your skin?