I don’t know about you, but when I’m packing for a warm-weather vaca, I’m most concerned with three things: swimsuits, sunscreen, and sunglasses. Aside from a non-expired passport, they’re my essentials for any tropical escape, since I know I can improve on everything else.
I’m heading to Costa Rica tomorrow with my best friend Steph, a corporate lawyer by day who’s studying to become a yoga teacher by night — perhaps her life’s greatest irony — and who deserves this trip way more than I do. Thanks to Costa Rica’s Tourism board, we’ll soon be hanging with sloths, gliding through treetops, and experiencing the country’s beauty and rich biodiversity.
But first, I have to pack. So long as these items are in my Heys USA EcoCase, I’ll be good to go.
Eco Babe by Eco Swim. I’ll be reducing my carbon footprint in Costa Rica’s sand with this sustainable two-piece in Khaki. Made entirely in the U.S. with post-consumer recycled fabric linings, 50 percent recycled elastics and recycled nylon.
Dipper Shades from Sundippers, made using recycled materials. This young, sustainable brand also makes eco clothing perfect for the beach. You may also visit sites like https://www.eyeglasses.com/sunglasses/prescription to get a trendy pair of sunglasses.
Suntegrity All Natural Moisturizing Face Protection. This sunscreen was a top-rated face sunscreen by the EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database and received a #1 rating for “Best Moisturizer with SPF” in the EWG’s 2011 Sunscreen Guide.
Loving Naturals Clear Body SPF 30+. A highly rated sunscreen by the EWG that’s unscented and rubs on clear.
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