OLITA makes broad-spectrum sunscreen to protect against both UVA and UVB rays to prevent premature aging, sunburn, and of course skin cancer. I was able to review some products as I live near the most popular summer destination Ocean City, MD! I got Beach Be Gone Coconut Sand Remover which started on the beaches of California to remove sticky sand from hands, feet, and other places. Their coconut scent body powder wicks away moisture and sand from your skin, leaving it clean and fresh.
Organic Mineral Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is gentle on sensitive skin but packs powerful protection for a day of outdoor adventuring. Made with only clean, organic ingredients that is easily blendable with a non-toxic formula that is fragrance-free and water-resistant for up to 80 minutes.
OLITA Lips Coconut SPF 15 gives you a little more sparkle and shine. Is a lightweight, non-sticky lip moisturizer with a subtle shimmer and gloss finish; Vitamin E, and SPF-15 makes this a perfect everyday all-the-time balm. Citric and pomegranate flavors have a brightening sheer tint.
Aftersun Hydrating Body Serum Cool Coconut this nutrient-rich packed light oil serum is perfect for cooling down after a day in the sun or anytime your skin needs some calming hydration. Deeply moisturizing but never greasy, their careful curate blend of plant extract oils and Vitamin E restores essential nutrients and leaves skin with a nourished glow.
My Opinion: The lip balm smells like summer and protects my skin from the sun and they are not chapped. The sunscreen helps me from getting burned and smells good. The body serum cools the skin and hydrates my skin keeping it looking great. The sand remover works well after a day at the beach too.
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