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Beach, Please - Our Top 5 Beach Bag Must-Haves

Beach, Please - Our Top 5 Beach Bag Must-Haves

Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, and you know what that means: the countdown to summer has ended! If you're anything like us, you'll be spending every possible moment soaking up the sun. We've come up with a list of things we'd hate to leave at home on a beach day.

The first thing we'd hate to be without is our new favorite sidekick: the Sphynx 3-in-1 portable razor. This handy dandy travel razor allows you to touch up the spot you missed shaving last night without having to take a shower. First, spray your missed spot, then moisturize with the pre-shave bar, and get to shavin'. You'll have silky, smooth legs in no time. 

Next on our list of must-haves is Brush on Block. This amazing bronzer has SPF 30 in it and is designed specifically for a long day at the beach! It can be worn over or under your regular make-up, and is sweat and water resistant for up to 80 minutes. So, you'll be lookin' good while being protected from the sun. 

On a hot, summer day, there's nothing better than a nice cold drink. Our 50oz Swig Travel Bottle keeps drinks cold up to 48 hours and is sweat free! So, your ice cold drink will still be cold by the time you're ready to head home. 

Although spending all day in the sun leaves you with a rockin' tan, it also dries out your skin in the worst way. That's why we never show up to the beach without One Love Organics' Gardenia + Tea Antioxidant Body Serum. It intensely nourishes and hydrates your skin, so it's perfect to keep in your beach bag! *Pro Tip: Layer it with your favorite sunscreen for extra moisture. 

On a bright, sunny day it's important to keep your face protected from the sun. We love to stay protected while still looking cute as can be. That's why we never leave for a beach day without our monogrammed ball cap. Our's is monogrammed with "31522" to show our love for our little island, but you can personalize the hat to show the city you love with an abbreviation, zip code, or area code. Who doesn't love giving their hometown a little love? 

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