Essentials For Your Beach Kit2011-04-25T07:30:01+05:30
Fun in sun needs some preparations. A day in the sun can be ruined if you don’t have the right kit with you. To cross check and make sure that you don’t leave any essentials at home have a look on the list of essential things you should carry in your beach kit.
Sunscreen shields you skin from UV rays
Good sunscreen can prevent you from sunburns and tanning. Carry a high factor sunscreen for your face and a slightly lower one for the rest of your body, and make sure both are waterproof so you won’t need to reapply after every singly splash.
Drink water to avoid dehydration
Sweating whole day under the glaring sun will leave you dehydrated. It’s important to drink water regularly so make sure the bottle you pack is pretty big and will last over a number of hours.
A Spacious Beach Towel
Carry a large, bright beach towel in your bag. Keep a thin towel that can be rolled up easily and aren’t so bulky to carry as the ordinary, fluffy version.
Shades are a real beach necessity
Sunglasses shield your eyes from harmful UV rays and keep them cool. They’re also great for keeping you in style in hot sun.
Mobile Phone keep you conneced on huge beaches
Finding friends on the sand might be difficult without a phone call. When you’re buying your beach bag for the season, make sure you go for a style with an inside pouch for your mobile. This will help to protect it from salt water and sandiness and will also make it easy to locate.
Light & juicy snacks are good on hot beaches
Go for something refreshing – fruit salad is a really good if you carry it in a container that will keep it cool and crisp. Avoid oily foods, like chips, as these don’t do well in the heat, and stay away from heavier meals that will make you bloat in your bikini!
Lip Balm soothes chapped lips
Dry, chapped and sunburned lips can really spoil your experience of a perfect day. Bring an effective lip balm along in you beach bag: go for something with a UV protector as a simple oil-based product will exaggerate the sunburn.