Sun Care With @HTropic_ca is a Breeze

I’ve always heard that the sun is always its hottest during 11 am and 1 pm but; in reality, the sun is at its hottest and most intense between 10 am and 4 pm.  The best thing to do is to limit your sun exposure during those hours, but at the very least use a trusted sunscreen like Hawaiian Tropic® if you’re spending time in the sun.

Disclosure: I have not  been compensated to share this post. The opinions on this blog are my own. 

Recently, I was sent both Hawaiian Tropic® Silk Hydration Weightless™ (SPF 30) and  Hawaiian Tropic® Ultra Radiance After Sun to try and I have nothing but wonderful things to say about them!


Hawaiian Tropic® Silk Hydration Weightless™ (SPF 30):  is also available in SPF 15 and SPF 50.   It is amazing because it offers the protection you need and want [UVA & UVB] while still being hypoallergenic and non-greasy.  What I particularly love is the lovely tropical fragrance.  Mmmm, it triggers so many fond memories of all of my trips to the beach.  This formula combines strong protection, recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation for daily use, with 12 hours of moisturization (containing vitamins C & E) … and it’s even water-resistant up to 80 minutes!  The fact that it feels so lightweight is a bonus that makes wearing it daily extremely indulgent.

Hawaiian Tropic® Ultra Radiance After Sun:  after spending all that time in the sun, it’s best to use a moisturizer for your skin that can sooth your skin.  I love this after sun moisturizer  because it contains shea butter and mango fruit extract.  It even leaves a light shimmer to your skin.

Important Sun Care Tips:

  • be generous when applying SPF
  • re-apply every 2 hours
  • apply SPF year round (yes, even when cloudy or hazy)
  • don’t forget behind the ears, and the tops of your feet!

Need more information?  Visit hawaiiantropic.ca

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