We’re overheating in this summer heat. A trip to the beach sounds fitting and fun. Whether you’d like to participate in water activities or just lay on a hammock with a book on one hand and coconut water on the other, these beach essentials should be included in your light baggage.
- Colored Vegan Sunblock
Green Habit’s Colored Vegan Sunblock is a colorful and fun way to protect your skin from the sun.
- Body Bronzing Oil
Give your skin the morena glow and make sure it’s picture perfect with Love Brown’s natural body bronzing oil.
- All Natural Tanning Oil
Want to speed up the tanning process? Apply Stuff by Serena’s Coffee-Coconut Tanning oil to your skin before basking in the sun for that beautiful tanned skin.
- Inabel blanket
You don’t want to get all sandy while laying on the beach so lay this Inabel blanket from Bi.Local on the sand for the perfect chill out spot on the shore.
- Summer Tote
Pack your sunblock and your valuables in Nativ Wear’s summer tote for a light and fashionable way to transport your things.
- Kimono Coverup
Isla.ph’s kimono is the perfect cover up right after you dip in the ocean’s salty waters or your hotel’s pool.
- Reef-safe Sunscreen
Protect your skin and the sea at the same time with Magwai’s reef-safe sunscreen. It’s already SPF 50 and broad spectrum, which means you’ll be protected from both UVA and UVB rays.
- Spill-proof Lotion
Liquid moisturizers have a tendency to spill out unless you secure the cover with lots of tape so a lotion bar is the perfect alternative when traveling. Happy Camper’s Hydrate Mate lotion bar is made with all natural ingredients and comes in a twist-up tube for a mess-free use.
- Leak-proof Shampoo
Cut a small piece off Pure Essential’s shampoo bar to bring when you travel. Shampoo bars are more convenient for trips because they’re spill proof.
- Comfy Pants
The beach is also a great place to be fashionable. Liwayway’s batik pants are the perfect summer pants because they’re light and airy.
You can’t avoid the harsh rays of the sun while hanging out at the beach, so make sure to bring a pair of sunglasses. Bayod PH’s browline bamboo sunglasses are unique and eco-friendly. Who knew bamboo eyewear could look this cool?
Tie-dye dresses totally scream summer. Sigla’s sundresses are breezy and rad.
- Reusable Utensils
Planning to go on a picnic by the beach? Make sure to bring your own reusable utensils to avoid plastic wastes. Eco Tablescapes has metal and bamboo cutlery to choose from.
- Reusable Cup
Ditch the paper and plastic cups when ordering from your favorite beachside cafes by using this collapsible silicone cup from Daydream Republic.
- Waterproof Film Camera
Capture your underwater adventures with this AGFA Lebox Ocean waterproof film camera from Film Folk.