Spring Break: Pack these products


Bringing a spare change of clothes on a weekend getaway can come in handy if there is a rainstorm.

Riley Dunbar

Sunscreen: Experts suggest a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen above 30 SPF. Don’t forget to reapply frequently throughout the day at the beach.

Face Sunscreen: Not all sunscreen is created equal. A good face sunscreen should have a high SPF and be oil free. It is best to choose a face sunscreen based on one’s skin type.

Aloe Vera: Even with the best sunscreen, sunburns are inevitable. Aloe Vera will help soothe the burn and help one’s skin bounce back from the damage.

Lotion: Flaky skin is not a good addition to the perfect bikini body. Pack lotion to ensure the skin will stay moisturized all week long.

Hair Mask: Dried out hair can put a damper on Spring Break style. A hair mask will replenish one’s hair after a long day in the sun.

Water: In tourist areas, bottled water can be expensive and hard to come by. Save from standing in line by bringing bottled water.