SPF 8Sunscreen LotionThis Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen is infused with island botanicals and moisturizing antioxidants to soothe and pamper your skin so it looks soft and radiant.Features & Benefits:UVB protectionWaterproofMoisturizing antioxidantsExotic Island Botanicals
Average Price: $11.89
This definitely made me tan more than if i had gone without, but it still left that oily feeling (like you've REALLY been sweating) and after a while stopped protecting me from the uva/b rays as i got burned (after probably about an hour) on the plus side, i have eczema and this did not irritate my skin at all.
Ever come home from the beach, skin more than slightly lobster-esque? I know it's sometimes a pain to cover your body in sunscreen before you lay down for some rays but if you're not overly interested in being sore, peeling, getting skin cancer or just looking like an idiot in general, I'd recommend you slather something on.
In the winter, I tan indoors, so I use a tan accelerator to speed up the process. This summer, I was introduced to my newest beach buddy, Hawaiian Tropic Protective Tanning Lotion SPF 8. Sure, SPF 8 doesn't sound like a lot, but I found it to be the best thing to slightly accelerate your tanning process, while still making sure you're protected.
It costs about the same as regular Hawaiian Tropic Sunscreen (with a lower SPF) and even though you have to apply it more frequently than, say, an SPF 30, the chances of you leaving the beach with a golden glow are far more likely. And it doesn't smell like those disgusting self-tanning lotions that only sort of work and end up making your ankles orange and blotchy.
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