SUN PRO­TEC­TION THAT SOOTHES

Times of the Islands - - Beauty Trends -

Aloe Up sun­screens don’t con­tain things like oxy­ben­zone, parabens and al­co­hol. In­stead, they use in­gre­di­ents like vi­ta­min E, green tea, co­coa seed but­ter and aloe vera to help mois­tur­ize while pro­tect­ing the skin. The wa­ter-re­sis­tant, non­greasy for­mu­la­tions have long been pop­u­lar with LPGA golfers and are now avail­able at Mar­ket Earth in down­town Fort My­ers (239-226-0006, mar­ketearth.net). The shop stocks choices such as the SPF 30 Pro For­mula Con­tin­u­ous Spray ($12.95) and the SPF 30 White Col­lec­tion Lo­tion ($11.95). And if you forgot to reap­ply, grab a tube of the White Col­lec­tion Aloe Ice Sun­burn Re­lief Jelly ($7.95), which fea­tures the top­i­cal anes­thetic li­do­caine and can also be used to soothe cuts, scrapes, bites and jel­ly­fish stings.

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