Reapplying definitely counts as exercise, right?

Whoever said that Christmas is the best time of year clearly never laid outside in the summer doing absolutely nothing. There is nothing better than bright green grass, fresh air, warm temperatures, and good ole Vitamin D. While I love to soak up as many rays as possible, I know that health is #1. That’s why I have become basically a sunscreen expert. These are my top sunscreens that go best with reading magazines, sipping margs, and side-eyeing that yappy dog from next door.

Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration Weightless

You forget that you even put sunscreen on! It is so light and airy and with moisturizer in the formula, it makes your skin feel AMAZING. Plus, it smells like a tropical getaway, so no matter where you live, you’ll practically be able to feel the sand between your toes.

Neutrogena Clear Face Sunscreen

With the heat comes sweat. And sweat, unfortunately, comes with breakouts (ugh). So, I love to use sunscreens that are specifically made for my face and help keep it breakout free. This classic feels weightless on my skin, and doesn’t leave those embarrassing white marks.

Mad Hippie Facial SPF

This guy is chemical-free and contains ingredients like shea butter, avocado oil and zinc oxide (natural SPF!). It’s something I feel really good about putting on my skin and it smells like jasmine tea (YUM).

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Sunscreen Stick

One of the greatest inventions that ever hit this earth? The sunscreen stick. It keeps my hands sunscreen-free, is super convenient for travel (no chance of a sunscreen disaster in my suitcase) and makes application SUPER easy. Since this stick is wide, it makes full-body application quick and makes it easy to apply sunscreen on-the-go so I never get a sunburn not matter where my summer adventures take me.

I hope this helps you stay protected whether you’re laying out like me or having your own summer adventures! So, go out there and enjoy the very best parts of summer, while making sure you won’t be needing this.

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