Bonita & Estero Magazine - - BEAUTY -

The Sun­shine State knows a thing or two about sun­screen. So, when you need pro­tec­tion from harm­ful UV rays, reach for Flor­ida Sun­screen, made by the Boca Ra­ton com­pany be­hind the pop­u­lar Flor­ida Salt Scrubs line. The broad-spec­trum spray sun­screen fea­tures co­conut oil and a cheeky sense of hu­mor. Its Flor­ida Grown va­ri­ety of­fers SPF 15 pro­tec­tion, be­cause, ac­cord­ing to the com­pany web­site, “many lo­cals tend not to burn like a tourist but still main­tain a healthy re­spect for the pow­er­ful Flor­ida sun.” Flor­ida Snow­bird of­fers SPF 30, be­cause the state’s win­ter res­i­dents have some ex­pe­ri­ence with the sun here. SPF 50 Flor­ida Cruiser “was crafted with the Flor­ida tourist in mind,” who needs a higher level of pro­tec­tion while va­ca­tion­ing on the beaches here. Once you de­ter­mine which group you fall into, you can find all three for­mu­la­tions ($16 each) at Sun­catch­ers’ Dream on Sani­bel (239-472-7860; sun­catch­ers­

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