Ballantyne Magazine

SUMMER 2016

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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Nature's Gate Aqua Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen, $11.50, Whole Foods Splotchy skin has never been more out of style. While skin and laser centers across Charlotte appreciate sunshine lovers keeping their sites jam-packed, there are more skin-saving products on the market than ever to help us in our quest for that fawless glow. Sunless tanners are great not only for those who work hard to protect their fragile faces from the sun, but they're a superb option for non make-up wearers who still desire a sun-kissed glow. If you simply cannot live without ol' sol, always, always bring your thinking cap along with your sun hat and apply a great product with Sun Protection Factor, a.k.a. SPF. If you have recently made a visit to your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon for a pretty pick-me-up, keep in mind that scar tissue is fragile and particularly susceptible to harmful rays of the sun. Doctors recommend sun protection for minimizing a scar and preventing hyperpigmentation. Also, exposure to the sun, sea and swimming pool can fade hair color so be sure to use a sun veil. Remember as well to keep those toes looking soft, moisturized and polished. PediSpa Intensive Moisturizing Foot Mask, $9.99, Target or www.amazon.com Dermafage ScarScreen SPF 30, $25, www.dermafage.com Nature's Gate Sunless Tanner, $10.29, Whole Foods SkinClinical Extreme Healing Repair, $24.95, www.skinclinical.com PhytoPlage Protective Sun Veil, $30, Sephora This is superb for non make ‑ up wearers who still desire a sun ‑ kissed glow. Keep those toes looking soft, moisturized and polished. Protect your hair from oxidation and fading with a sun veil. Whether hitting the pool with the entire family in tow, BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE 47 SUMMER 2016

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