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For Your Skin
I treated my first sunburn of the season (it's always the worst one) with this stuff, and while it didn't make the redness disappear, it did take the pain away. Plus, it has a shimmery finish which does wonders for the appearance of dull, damaged skin. 
For Your Skin
The key to treating a sunburn is to use an anti-inflammatory. Start with an ibuprofen or aspirin, and then try a cream, like this one, that contains Sea Whip, a natural anti-inflammatory and healing agent.
For Your Skin
During the summer months, use a moisturizer that not only hydrates and soothes skin, but also protects against sun-causing wrinkles and aging.
For Your Skin
My one complaint about aloe has always been its thick and gloppy formula, so a spray version, to me, is ingenious!
For Your Hair
Coconut oil is super hydrating and smells like vacation.
For Your Hair
Clarifying shampoo is a must for anyone who spends more time in the sea than on land during the summer. Use it to keep your hair from turning weird, chlorine-induced colors and to cleanse a head full of sand and sea salt.
For Your Hair
Deep condition your hair once a week to restore moisture.
Argan oil is a beach bag essential. It will keep hair supple and shiny throughout the day.