SunBum

by Kyle Denis June 18, 2015

SunBum

We love to play in the sun - who doesn’t?! But we also want to protect our skin from the damaging UV rays without the greasy feeling of your typical sunscreen. In 2010 Sun Bum was created as a high quality lifestyle brand of sun care products. They focused on formulating product for people who live and love in the sun. The brand captures the essence of the outdoor lifestyle, while protecting your skin. At Apex Outfitter, we love that Sun Bum is still a small, local company based out of beautiful, sunny Cocoa Beach, Florida - where they make a serious sunscreen we can trust to protect ourselves, our kids, spouses, and friends.

Need another reason to love Sun Bum? Their sunscreens are tested, approved, and recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation. The SCF is internationally recognized as the educational leader to the public and medical communities related to skin cancer prevention and set their standards high. Clearly, they know what they are talking about when recommending Sun Bum sunscreen!

From the Original Lotion to the Continuous spray we have you covered at Apex Outfitter. All Sun Bum sunscreens provide broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection and are water resistant for 80 minutes. As well as paraben, PABA, and oil free. Sun Bum’s hypoallergenic sunscreen won’t irritate sensitive skin and contains enriching Vitamin E to moisturize and prevent aging. Even more reasons Sun Bum should be your go to sun protection this summer! Whether cruising around Harris Lake or soaking up the sun at Wrightsville Beach, Sun Bum has you protected to enjoy days in the sun without worry.

Trust the Bum - Sun Bum Tips

-Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going out in the sun to allow maximum absorption and protection.

-Make sure you’re applying enough sunscreen (at least 3 tablespoons to cover your entire body). Reducing the quantity lowers the level of protection significantly. Pay special care too more sensitive areas, such as your ears, nose shoulders, cleavage and neck.

-Don't neglect hard to reach and easily forgotten places, such as your ears, feet and upper back.

-Reapply sunscreen every 2 hours. Apply more frequently after swimming, sweating or toweling.

-We know it’s tough, but try to avoid intense mid-day sun from 11:00 am and 2:00 pm during the hot summer months.

-If you are taking medication, check with your doctor or pharmacist to make sure it’s okay to spend time in the sun. Some medicines can make the skin more sensitive to the sun’s rays.

-Protect children. Children are particularly vulnerable to the effects of UV radiation and they often spend more time outdoors than adults. Parents should take special care to protect them from the sun using protective clothing, hats, sunglasses and sunscreens. Keep babies and young children out of direct sunlight.
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