The summer season is upon us, which means that it’s time to pack up your beach bag and head out for a fun day on the sand. If you’re looking to get the most out of your sunbathing experience, then this blog post is perfect for you!
In this article, we will go over 11 tips that will help you get the best tan at the beach. Let’s start with some basics: how should I dress? What type of sunscreen should I use? And what are some other important things to remember while I’m there?
These are just a few of the many questions answered in this article. We hope that you enjoy reading it and find it helpful as well!
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1. Find a good shades
A tan is one of the most prized assets for a person’s appearance. However, in order to get that perfect bronze glow, you need to take some precautions before heading out into the sun and sand.
The first thing people should do when they’re trying to find their spot onshore is head towards an area with plenty of shade so your skin can stay protected from UV rays as much as possible all day long – never forget the sunscreen!
Find a good book or magazine while soaking up vitamin D under these shades at noon time then switch gears completely by going back down near water where it will be cooler later on in the afternoon if you still want those golden hues without burning yourself too badly!
The tip for getting the best tan is to wear sunscreen. A word of advice would be don’t forget your SPF lotion and put it on every three hours at least if you want a good-looking bronze color all summer long! Another helpful hint, use an unscented one or go with something that’s made specifically for being out in the sun because typically those scents will cause breakouts when we’re sweating.
There are many type of sun screens you can get like a spray or mist, lotion and many more. If you’re going for that deep color then it’s best to go with the physical sun block as opposed to the chemical one because they are less likely to cause skin damage like bronzing!
This is how I get my tan in three easy steps:
- Apply your sunscreen every few hours so you don’t burn yourself too badly
- Wear sunglasses when out on the beach all day-they can help keep those UV rays away from getting into your eyes.
- Find some shade at noon time if possible-you could even head back down near water later during the afternoon where it will be cooler and still want those golden hues without burning yourself too bad!
3. Wearing clothes that cover your skin and use an umbrella for shades
The best way to tan is at the beach and you need protection! You might want to cover up with clothing, avoid sunburns by using an umbrella as well as sunscreen, or use a face mask.
The most important thing when it comes to being safe in the summer heat? Use your skin safely- that means wearing clothes so you don’t have any embarrassing scars from a bad day on the beach; staying hydrated all season long (water helps temperature regulation); avoiding too much exposure during peak solar hours between 10am and 4pm if possible; seeking shade whenever possible – especially while walking outside where there’s no natural shading structure like trees overhead.
4. Reapply sunscreen every two hours
It’s important to keep your skin protected from the sun by reapplying sunscreen every two hours or more often if you’re swimming in water, sweating excessively, and so forth.
Sunscreen will need to be reapplied often so make sure you put it on before sun exposure. Reapply every two hours or more if swimming, sweating excessively or burning easily in the sunlight
Keep in mind that the sun damages your skin more and faster when you’re dehydrated so be sure to stay hydrated all season long for best protection against harmful UV rays.
5. Apply self-tanner for a gradual tan
It’s always nice to have an even, natural-looking tan without spending hours and hours baking under direct sunlight or using harsh chemicals such as bronzer.
For those who want to show off brown skin, it takes placidity to see the final color change. Patience is key for a deep tan because it will take up to four days before you get that deep brown hue.
6. Bring a beach towel to dry off on when you get out of the water
A towel is one of the most useful things to bring when going to a beach. It will protect you from the sun, and it’s also ideal for drying off after getting out of the water. There are a lot of different types of beach towels to choose from, and they can be found in many colors, patterns, and designs so you’ll be able to find one that suits your tastes.
The towel is among one of the most useful items to bring to a beach. Not only does it serve as protection from the sun, but using it after you go swimming allows for an easy and coordinated way of drying off.
7. Drink plenty of fluids
It’s very easily to get dehydrated under hot sun at beach, so make sure you drink plenty of fluids.
Drinking water will help keep your skin hydrated and prevent dehydration, which in turn can lead to sunburns or even heat stroke.
8. Pack a towel to lay on the sand or for sitting in the shade
Sitting in the shade and get a tan is much safer because the UV rays are blocked by a building or tree.
Keep in mind, though, that you’ll still get some tan while sitting in the shade but it will be far less damaging than if you sit out in direct sunlight for an extended period of time without sunscreen on.
I use a towel to lay down on and then put my hat back over my head so no one can see me from behind! Then I place another towel where my feet are so they stay dry and don’t go black during a long day at the beach. This might sound like too many towels but trust me – just pack them all!
9. Find a beach with soft sand and low waves
If you’re looking for a perfect spot to tan in the sun, be sure to apply common sense. Avoid going on a hazy day or when the wind is blowing too strongly because it may keep you cold rather than tanning your skin. If it’s already chilly out and you prefer not to wait until summertime, find a sandy beach with low waves!
This blog post was designed to make your day at the beach as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. We hope that you found it helpful, but if not, please let us know how we can improve our content in future posts!