For example,Sunset at Rann of Kutch,so mesmerizing on a blog but in reality it’s been a whole day watching it to set and yes,the heat the everything and my skin - who loves a tan?Well I haven’t tried the suntan beds,but I look like a Gorilla in the heat and my tan stays for the longest time ever.The fun time in Goa definitely speaks louder on my skin when my shorts would be etched and sketched in shades darker and my sleeves would shout save me.Part of being a travel blogger who is on wheel constantly is making acquaintances with the sun and feeling it’s okay when it may not be okay.
Horribly tanned and washed out in the rain forests of Malaysia
For those brave souls who claim to ignore the grayish tan that nature gives us,inside we all pray like babies that it comes to what we were born with or at least the color we had gone in.Some in their closest closet,try whatever they have from off the shelf to get rid of the proof that refuses to fall off so quickly.I generally succumb to what nature gave us - as a stamp that I did had fun.But if I have a party or a meeting a day after my vacation,oodles of foundation covers it but I feel like if there was some magic somewhere that would just swipe off my tan.Well, nature has its own ways.But there are still ways you could protect yourself,sharing some of my top 5 beauty secrets for Sunny Days:
1)Sunscreen:A must.The sun can sometimes be cruel and a sunscreen acts as a shield.Not only does it helps with no freckles on your skin,it also protects from Skin cancer.If applied every 2-3 hours as recommended,you tend to tan less.The sad part is we have less patience with re-application.We believe that once applied it will last whole day and after a long day of travel are disappointed.
2)Sun Tan Remover: Spinz has a new product- a Spinz Sun Tan Remover ,it contains no bleach, has been dermatologically tested and found to be Safe for all skin types.If your job requires you to be out a lot or you travel like I do,this will make you radiant back again in 5 minutes.Food for thought,isn’t it? Here’s a short video on how it’s used