Spring Break Alert: 3 Things to Pack in Your Beach Bag

If the Utah haze and inversion is giving you the winter blues, then it’s time to escape to somewhere warm over spring break. Whether you are bringing your kids or you’re just wanting to head somewhere warm solo, make sure that you take care of your skin and yourself and pack these things with you in your beach bag.

A Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen

One of the best things that you can do for your skin is to invest in (and wear) a broad-spectrum sunscreen. By helping to protect your skin from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays, a broad-spectrum sunscreen can help shield you against skin cancer, sun spots, fine lines, wrinkles, and a variety of other skin concerns.

A Cover Up

Your shoulders, in particular, are prone to getting a lot of sun damage because the sun is constantly beating down on them. If you are hanging out on the beach and aren’t chasing your kids into the water, then make sure that you cover up your shoulders with a beach cover up. The extra added layer of protection will do just that; protect you from getting even more sun damage.

Large Rimmed Sunglasses

The fun thing about sunglasses is that they can really spice up any kind of outfit; including a beach one. Plus, sunglasses won’t just make you look stylish, but they will also protect the skin around your eyes from freckles, sun damage, and sunburns.

Don’t forget to pack these things with you in your beach bag this year. To learn a little bit more about how you can head to the beach feeling more prepared, contact our Salt Lake City office at (801) 268-2650

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