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Here is how to love your skin while you get your tan.


Before you go

The sun will always be out there, and so should be your skin protection. UV rays are relentless and that is why sun protection should be part of your daily ritual.


Peak Time

Keep in mind that between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm you should try take a break from prolonged direct exposure to the sun. If you still need to be out there, it is a good idea to reapply your sunscreen.


The More the Better

Be generous and use sufficient sunscreen all over your body. From the top to your toes and worry free since its ingredients are harmless to the underwater life. It is always a great idea to apply before getting dressed. This gives the product the opportunity to be at its best when you hit the outdoors.


Touch Up

Just like with make up, you want to re-apply your sunscreen to replenish the protective cover after swimming, playing, or towel drying. Do not forget about your ears, the back of your neck, and the top of your feet.


Location, Location, Location

The sun shines for everyone, but if you are at the beach or on a mountain, you need to be extra cautious. In addition to a higher SPF in your sunscreen, get some cover for your eyes.


Light Reflection

Without going too much into physics, light reflects on everything, including the water, sand of even the floor. That means that even while sitting under your palapa, or wearing a hat, you need to protect your skin from sunburn.


Summer Sizzles

Yup, you will want to go for a higher SPF in the summer because the UVB rays are at their highest during this season. Depending where you live, or vacation, that might mean the whole year round.


Sun or Not

Just because you cannot see the sun, does not mean it is not there. Wear your sunscreen even on cloudy days as UV rays will still be on.


Gel To The Rescue

No matter what, we got your back. To relieve your skin from too much sun exposure, go for the sure thing and apply Aruba Sun Gel with lidocaine. This will numb the pain, soothe the skin and cool your body.

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