Wednesday, April 10, 2019

#WelcomeSpring and Greet the Sun with Hair and Skin Protection from Sun Bum! #spon

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Sun Bum for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own.

One of the best things about Spring is the beautiful sunshine!  Of course, you should protect your skin from the sun year round, but when our sun exposure increases with the warmer weather, we have to up our sun protection game.  Sun Bum has a crazy extensive line of awesome products to help protect your skin and hair from those harmful and damaging rays.

Check out the Sun Bum products we are using this Spring to keep our hair and skin healthy and looking great:

Curls and Waves Shampoo is a gentle cleanser infused with nourishing ingredients to help keep your curls soft and smooth.  It adds moisture to dry hair and helps protect your hair from sun damage.  
The conditioner helps soften and detangle while locking in moisture. Star ingredients are Kukui Nut Oil, Monoi Coconut Oil and Seaweed Protein.

This detangler helps soften, tame and smooth curls.   The Styling Cream is a lightweight styling cream that helps hold your wave and makes your hair feel product-free.  Both of these products provide a protective conditioning moisture layer that seals hair to tame frizz, reduce breakage, and restore shine.  Star ingredients are Kukui Nut Oil, Monoi Coconut Oil and Seaweed Protein.

This spray gives you that "just came from the beach" look.  It does a great job protecting your hair from the elements while giving you that windswept, beachy style.  It is great for humid places, giving your hair texture without frizz.  Star ingredients are Hawaiian Sea Salt and Sea Kelp. 

Blonde hair can be tricky when you spend a lot of time in the water.  Chlorine is an especially offending culprit for turning our blonde locks brassy.  This easy to use leave in spray uses cooler tones to level it all out and help our blonde shine.  It also hydrates and helps to control frizz.  Star ingredients are Violet Extract, Blue Spirulina and Argan Oil.

This is a fun product to use.  The liquids separate and before use, you shake it up to get them combined.  It's so pretty!  If you use heat for styling your hair, this will keep your hair protected and help it dry faster.  Star ingredients are Tahitian Noni and Giant Sea Kelp.

Sun Bum Revitalizing Deep Conditioning Hair Masque

Great for all hair types, this masque helps to restore hydration and enhance smoothness.  It works wonders on split ends and it smells divine!  It's easy to use and feels like a spa treatment!  Star ingredients are Banana Pulp, Quinoa Protein, Coconut Oil, and Bamboo Protein. 

I love all of these fantastic Sun Bum products, but my absolute faves are the lip balms!  I love me some lip balm and these do not disappoint.  Sun Bum has an extensive line of Sunscreen Lip Balms that are SPF 30.  These balms go on smoothly and are so soothing! They have added Aloe and Vitamin E that help to protect and moisturize your kisser all day long.  With flavors like pina colada, mango, banana, key lime, pineapple, and pomegranate, you will want to wear these all the time.  My personal favorite is the Ocean Mint and they also have a mineral lip balm for those who prefer less obvious flavors.

I was super impressed by every single one of these products.  They actually provide results you can see immediately.  However, if you need even more reason than that to check them out...Sun Bum products are vegan, gluten free, sulfate free, paraben free and reef friendly!
Living on the coast, we understand the importance of reef friendly products and we are super excited to find these amazing, quality beauty products that are safe for the reef.

Keep your hair, skin and face protected this Spring with super awesome Sun Bum products!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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