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MAKE IT IN THE APP. >> WE ARE ALWAYS IN THE SUN. >> BEFORE JUMPING IN THE POOL, THE CHICCARINE FAMILY LOADS ON THE SUN CREAM. >> WE REAPPLY ALMOST ANYTIME IF YOU ARE OUT OF THE SWIMMING POOL AND I CAN GET ACCESS TO YOU OR IF YOU SWIM FOR A LONG TIME I FIND YOU. >> WE SHOULD REAPPLY AT LEAST EVERY TWO HOURS. >> MORE WHEN YOU SWEAT OR SWIM, ACCORDING TO DR. THERESA ZALESKI, DERMOTOLOGIST AND MOH’S SURGERY AT WELLSPAN. >>YOU REALLY WANT TO PUT A NICKEL SIZED AMOUNT ON THE FACE AND THEN AN OZZON, WHICH IS A SNAP-JAR SIZED FOR THE BODY. >> AN SPF OF AT LEAST 30 IS RECOMMENDED. BUT WITH SO MANY POSSIBILITIES, WHAT IS THE BEST? >> THE SPRAY IS GREAT. BECAUSE IT IS EASY TO APPLY AFTER YOU GET OUT OF THE POOL. >> BUT IF YOU SPRAY THE SKIN MAKE SURE YOU WILL SEE AN EVEN SHINE. AND THEN THEY WILL ACTUALLY RUB IT. >> THERE ARE TWO BASIC TYPES OF SUNSCREEN. CHEMISTRY THAT IS RAISED BY THE SKIN OR MINERAL THAT ACTS MORE LIKE A SHIELD AND LIES ON THE SKIN. WHAT YOU CHOOSE DEPENDS ON PREFERENCES. BUT FOR LITTLE ONES OVER 6 MONTHS? >> FOR BABIES, WE REALLY RECOMMEND THE PHYSICAL SUN BLOCKS WHICH ARE MADE OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE AND ZINC OXIDE. THESE ARE LESS IRRITANT. >> AND REMEMBER TO COVER COMMONLY MISSED AREAS SUCH AS EARS, NECK AND TOPS OF HANDS AND FEET. >> MY DAUGHTER, HER HAIR IS SO LIGHT. So when we set it up and she goes in the water, I spray paint the parting line. BETWEEN POOL AND FOOTBALL AND ALL THINGS WE ARE ALWAYS IN THE SUN. SO WE HAVE SUNSCREEN IN EVERY BAG WE HAVE

Want to get paid to go to the beach? Here’s how

Video above: Dermatologist shares tips on choosing the right sunscreenHere’s your chance to make some sand dollars.Hotels.com is looking for a retro beach motel, visiting several retro beach motels across the United States and offering 1950’s style ocean views The itinerary features Hotels.com’s 10 best retro beach motels across America, including the Pearl Hotel in San Diego, California and the Vagabond Hotel in Miami, Florida. The list is based on guest reviews, overall design, value and location, the company said in a press release. The motel will be outfitted with old school accessories including SPF zinc, striped umbrellas, vintage sunglasses, coolers and even a solar panel AM/FM radio to enjoy some tunes. The job will include offline activities such as B. Documenting the journey “for future generations” with a classic Polaroid camera Saltwater toffee, frozen pudding and snow cone. “Travellers are now more likely to look for all-inclusive hotels and resorts when planning their summer vacation, but our Retro Beach Motelier wants to prove that beach motels can be just as luxurious,” he told Hotels.com’s Melissa Dohmen. “Not only are these timeless motels budget-friendly, but they will take beachgoers — literally and figuratively — back in time to truly unwind and relax.” Those who don’t want to travel alone can bring a guest to join in the fun apply for the position, fill out an online application. You must provide your Instagram name to show Hotels.com your photography skills.

video above: Dermatologist shares tips on choosing the right sunscreen

Here’s your chance to make some sand dollars.

Hotels.com is looking for a Retro Beach Motelier to visit several retro beach motels across the United States and enjoy the 1950’s style ocean views.

The itinerary features Hotels.com’s 10 best retro beach motels across America, including the Pearl Hotel in San Diego, California and the Vagabond Hotel in Miami, Florida. The list is based on guest reviews, overall design, value and location, the company said in a press release.

The motel will be outfitted with old-school accessories including SPF zinc, striped umbrellas, vintage sunglasses, coolers, and even a solar-powered AM/FM radio to enjoy some tunes. The job will include offline activities such as documenting the journey “for future generations” using a vintage Polaroid camera.

The professional vacationer will receive a $10,000 stipend to cover travel expenses and a $5,000 salary to spend on classic beach snacks like saltwater toffee, frozen custard and snow cones.

“Travellers are now more likely to look for all-inclusive hotels and resorts when planning their summer vacation, but our Retro Beach Motelier wants to prove that beach motels can be just as luxurious,” said Melissa Dohmen of Hotels.com. “These timeless motels are not only budget-friendly, but will take beachgoers back in time — literally and figuratively — to truly unwind and relax.”

Those who don’t want to travel alone can bring a guest to join in the fun.

To apply for the position, complete an online application. You must provide your Instagram name to show Hotels.com your photography skills.

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