Tips on Tanning while Visiting the Gulf Coast

November 20th 2020
Mike Fisher
Tips on Tanning while Visiting the Gulf Coast

Most people headed to the beach are looking to achieve a summer glow to bring back home with them. With so many fun things to see and experience outdoors on the Emerald Coast, sun-kissed skin can be an easy thing to achieve.

A dermatologist may have a different opinion when it comes to tanning; many believing there is no such thing as safe sun exposure. However, there is too much fun to be had in the sun to stay indoors while on your beach vacation. Here are a few ways to gain a golden tan while limiting harmful sun exposure during your stay on the Gulf Coast.

Table of Contents

  • Exfoliate
  • Moisturize
  • Use Sunscreen with SPF
  • Avoid Strongest Rays



1. Exfoliate


Prepping your skin for sun is an important step in maintaining a healthy glow. Dryness can create rough, patchy areas on the skin. Exfoliating with a sugar scrub will slough off dead skin without over drying and help create a smooth, even tan.


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2. Moisturize


After exfoliating, apply a rich moisturizer to keep skin smooth and supple. Most importantly, drink plenty of water. Good hydration promotes skin health and keeps you energized during beach activities.


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3. Use Sunscreen with SPF


The beaches along the Gulf Coast allure travelers with white sand and emerald water. Yet, strong sunlight reflecting off the beach has the potential to create legendary sunburns. Use a tanning lotion with sunscreen that is labeled SPF 15 or higher to protect your skin from burns. (And wrinkles).


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4. Avoid Strongest Rays


The hours between 10am and 4pm are when the sun’s UV rays are at their strongest. Direct exposure to strong sunlight can lead to long term health issues. So, take caution during these hours by consistently reapplying sunscreen, seeking shade, and wearing a cover up.


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