Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration gives you MORE fun on the sun!

There is so many sunscreens that you stop and wonder if there is a difference anymore, there is. Hawaiian Tropic has been around for many years and it’s for a reason- it works! It’s one of the few that does not cause me irritation and allows my skin to breathe when I apply it. It is a Broad Spectrum sunscreen, meaning it protects against UVA and UVB rays. Broad Spectrum is what Dermatologists want you to wear. Best way to remember about UVA and UVB protection and why you should seek it:

UVB: Rays that give you sun burn and seem like you are just red and uncomfortable but there is more to consider here and please continue reading on why.

UVA: This is the rays that penetrate deep and cause not only wrinkles, premature aging, sagging and texture decline, but also a leathery appearance and feel.

These UVA rays also make the UVB rays intensify, think magnification and in this where you worry due that it may cause Cancer. I always look at it like making a bad cocktail, you don’t want that but you may be able to avoid it with a Broad Spectrum sunscreen.

With its ultra-luxurious hydrating silk ribbons, Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration™ lotion sunscreen nourishes and pampers skin while providing broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection, and 12-hour moisturization when out in the sun.

The other great part about the hydrating ribbons in Hawaiian Tropic’s formula, you nourish and hydrate your skin. This product goes beyond just protecting you and I like a product that works at 200% versus just 100%. You can choose SPF in 12, 30 and 50.

I received my samples through Influenster! You can get more info at Hawaiian Tropic’s website!

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