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Summer Wellness Essentials

From self-care to foot care to wiping away those summer messes, lifestyle contributor Limor Suss is sharing summer wellness essentials you’ll want to keep on hand for the the rest of the summer!

In the summer months it’s important to wear sunscreen every day! The easiest way to do that is with a multitasking product!

The Garnier Green Labs Collection is a three in one product that offers the potency of a serum, the hydration of a cream, and has SPF 30. It's a vegan formula, that’s free of parabens, mineral oils and dyes and is packaged in 100% PCR materials, not including the pump.

The Garnier Green Labs Collection is available in three powerful combinations including Pinea-C Brightening Serum Cream And Hyalu-Melon Replumping Serum Cream.

From skincare to footcare! When it comes to keeping your feet in top form this summer, regular and preventative care is key.

Footcare is self-care, and Lotrimin’s AF Daily Medicated foot powder is designed to absorb sweat, wetness, and fight odor all day - keeping feet dry and protected while you enjoy hiking, swimming or daily walks this summer.

It’s clinically proven to prevent most athlete’s foot fungus and it’s safe for kids over 2!

One of my favorite products to have on hand especially in the summer months are WaterWipes! They’re everywhere - in the car, in my beach bag, and always by the potty. WaterWipes are made with 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract. They clean and hydrate kids’ sensitive skin. They come in two size options - original and XL!

The Original Wipes are the #1 wipe against the causes of diaper rash and are perfect baby shower gifts.

The XL Bathing Wipes are great for wiping off all of summer’s sticky messes, like sand, sunscreen and melted ice cream. They’re also great for soothing sunburns or heat rash.

What are your summer wellness essentials? Share it with us below in the comments or on Instagram @limorloves!

Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored, Garnier, Lotrimin and WaterWipes are sponsors of Limor Media, which owns


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