Tuesday Tip:
Summer Skincare

Posted: June 30, 2015 by The Kentucky Gent

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Believe me when I say I was the last person to put SPF on unless I was heading to the beach or had plans to lay out by the pool for an extended period of time. Until my latest trip to California I didn’t quite realize the importance of wearing SPF in my day to day activities. If you check out the photos from my trip to Catalina Island you’ll see that by the last day I was more than little bit sunburnt. Since I was just running around town and hopping from spot to spot I didn’t realize how much sun I was actually getting, which is when it was too late. 

That’s why when I headed to Charleston for #SBScon this weekend I made sure to include some Regenica® Renew SPF 15 in my bags and was sure to apply it on my face and neck every morning after getting out of the shower. I’m sure you saw on Instagram that the girls and I spent every spare minute exploring the beauty that is Charleston, and I didn’t want to run into another situation (sunburnt forehead) this time around. Regenica® Renew SPF 15 helps protect skin from harmful UV rays, and thanks to its MRCx™ next generation growth factor technology it also enhances your skin’s own natural capacity to repair and regenerate itself – which can help maintain a youthful and radiant complexion. In other words, it’s a win, win. From its growth factor formula, to its UV protectant Regenica® with SPF is one of my summer go-to moisturizers. If you’re headed outside, Regenica® can work great when used in combination with other simple sun protection measures like wearing a hat that shades your face.

With the 4th of July weekend up and as summer travels begin to come to a close I definitely encourage ALL of you, young and old alike, to take skincare and especially summer skincare into consideration. Take it from someone whose Dad was diagnosed with skin cancer that it’s easier to take preventative measures now than to deal with biopsies and melanoma scares. 

  • Well said. I sunburn very easily and make certain to put on a minimum of SPF30 simply to go outside.