There is no stopping outdoorsy people from exploring the beauty of the outdoors. They can overcome anything even the worsening weather at present times. Outdoor protection is needed and it does not end on skin or body products. Now, even some outdoor stuff will help you keep up with the heat and chills.
When you are planning to spend some time outdoor, be sure to pack these things with you:
You don’t fancy dry hair do you? Salt water and chlorine-filled pool have the ability to steel moisture from your hair. So condition first people!
Sunblock Lotion/ Cream and Lip Balm:
Protect your skin and your lips with sunblock and lip balm. If you fail to do this, you will suffer the burnt sensation long after your outing and your lips will suffer too.
You’re not at the loosing side if you spend extra on a quality swimwear. You will be able to wear it for a good number of years and as a bonus, you will look good and your body will also be in good shape.
Soft But Strong Flip-flops:
Protect your feet from that hot ground, feet are sensitive parts of our bodies. If they get hurt, you may end up losing party out there.
Tinted Eye Shades:
Not only does it make you look so summery, it also keep your visions clear and eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays.
What can be more refreshing than ice-cold water for the hot days? Drinking loads of water will keep your body hydrated and nourished.
Cap, Hat or Bandana:
If you love your hair and does not go for that crisp hair look then better put that cap or a hat on or any variations of those.
Outdoor umbrellas are one of the most important thing for the outdoor today. These umbrellas do a great job in protecting from the harmful rays as well as rain. Choose from giant patio aluminum, wood, offset, commercial grade, auto-tilt and wind resistant fiberglass umbrellas and you will find that there is one that will suit your need. Be it in the patio or poolside, garden umbrellas will keep you in the outdoor more longer than you would normally want to stay outdoor.
For Nighttime Outdoor Activities:
Topic about protection for the outdoor includes night time outing too. Nights that are windy and cold will make it impossible for us to stay out even for a minute or two. We wouldn’t be able to even if we try hard because staying out too long in such weather will make us feel sick. To tackle this problem, you can acquire the things listed below:
Jacket, Pashmina, or a Shawl:
They may be just trendy accessories to other but put them on, on a chilly night and you’re sure to be comfortable and taken care of.
Antibacterial lotion or anti-insect bite spray:
Enjoying the outdoor at night can be serene and peaceful but watch out for those itsy-bitsy flying and crawling creatures. And the worse thing is they can infect you too with whatever disease they are carrying. Make your time out an insect free one with these lotion and spray.
Warm Tea and Chilled Fresh Juice:
What more can be relaxing than sipping a cup of warm tea or a glass of fresh juice after a long outing? Your body will be revived from the exhaustion and glow with its goodness.
Again, not only do we mind our own personal products, there are also some things that can help us beat the chill outside. Great for cold summer nights and even for winter, outdoor heaters are safe warming devices to combat freezing weather. Very reliable, convenient and affordable, this product comes in different types, may it be on the ceiling or table top, a natural gas, propane, infrared or electric model can be selected from. Since it has built-in temperature setter and automatic shut-offs, it is safe and proven to lower risk of fire.
Keep your body and surroundings safe and enjoyable any day, any season; extra precautions are still the best practice!
Kenny Leichester is a foremost expert in the interior design industry specializing in the outdoor or patio settings using patio furniture, patio umbrellas, outdoor cushions, patio heaters, patio lighting and so on to create exquisitely beautiful layout. His work on teak furniture are widely distributed and is a regular contributor to PatioShoppers.com.