Since we should all take sun protection seriously, our Creative Director, Heather Kane, set out to find some stylish, local products to help you still enjoy your time in the sun.
By Heather Kane
Photos by Brandon Alms, Heather Kane
“My go-to hydration for my face after a day in the sun is this Phyto Corrective Gel. The soothing gel serum not only calms my skin, but it adds moisture immediately back in, and reduces redness almost instantly.”
Photos by Brandon Alms, Heather KaneTurn Back Time: You won’t be able to get enough of this botanical gel that calms and fights the aftereffects of the sun. Photo Corrective Gel by SkinCeuticals, $66 at The Center for Plastic Surgery.
Photos by Brandon Alms, Heather KaneUnpack and Cover Up: Roll up this Tickled Pink straw visor, $15 at The Market, and throw it in your bag or suitcase so you can protect your face from the sun wherever you go. The visor shape is great for someone who likes to wear their hair up and still keep their face protected.
Photos by Brandon Alms, Heather KaneProtect Yourself and The Reefs: In areas where coral reefs are threatened, some sunscreens are being banned so as not to damage them further. Grab this Badger Broad Spectrum SPF 30, $12.29 at MaMa Jean’s Natural Market, so you can feel safe from the sun without being part of the problem.
Photos by Brandon Alms, Heather KanePretty Shady: Worried there won’t be a place to escape the heat at a local festival or fair? Bring this perfect white paper parasol, $28 at Chabom Tea and Spices, along with you, and you’ll be the envy of the crowd.
As 417 Magazine’s Creative Director, I pull inspiration from all over. Design is a passion of mine, and when I’m out scouting products to feature in the magazine, I run across items I just have to share with our readers.