February 28, 2013

LOTM: beauty.

today on ladies of the mountains we are sharing our mountain beauty tips.
for me, the most important beauty tip out there is sunscreen.
it surprises me how often people don't apply sunscreen!
being so close to the sun can be dangerous, even more so on sunny ski days.
a sunscreen with an SPF 30 or more will protect your face by blocking the harmful UVA and UVB rays but still provide you with a tan.
conclusion: you will still get color with sunscreen. 
why they don't teach that in school baffles me.
it's a no brainer, people!

a great post-mountain product is Perfectly Posh's Tree Hugger.
i recently used it after a sunscreen filled ski day and my skin felt like buttah!

for more LOTM beauty tips, check out these ladies: here, here, here, here, here, and this month's guest blogger here


Jorie said...

this is such a great post. denver and the mountains sometimes kill my skin. but it's okay, because the mountains are lovely. neutrogena face sunscreen has been my saving grace!


Gentri said...

Sunscreen is SO important! So glad you are letting people know. :) And I'm glad you liked the posh!

Shannon said...

I'm such a sunscreen advocate. Shiseido is my favorite.

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

love this post! with my irish skin, I use sunscreen everyday. Kiehls and Origins are my favorite!

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