Traditional sunscreen comes with a lot of problems. Environmental concerns go beyond saving the oceans, as plastic sunscreen bottles take up space in landfills. In terms of ease of use, traditional sunscreen can be messy and hardly feels enjoyable once you’ve slathered it all over your body. If you don’t buy just the right type, it could irritate sensitive or acne-prone skin, and don’t even think about wearing a high-SPF sunscreen with makeup.
So, how do you keep both your skin and the sea safe?
offers a sustainable, reef-safe, vegan sunscreen that’s refillable and reusable, making for fewer plastic bottles in landfills. Portable and easy to apply, the mineral-based sunscreen offers SPF 30 protection. It’s chemical-free, fragrance-free and cruelty-free, and even incorporates antioxidants from ingredients like green tea and licorice root extract to protect your skin further from environmental damage. The translucent powder sweeps on with the help of a handy brush and can be applied anywhere. Powder refills just snap onto the brush applicator whenever needed.
You can purchase Larkly sunscreen for $32 for both the applicator and your first powder refill; later refills are $17 each and available in a subscription. A bundle option includes all of the above, for $44.
If you find yourself making your way to Chattanooga this fall, there are a few things you'll need to add to your itinerary to ensure you experience this destination to its fall fullest. Get outside and see why these are the best spots to take in some fall fun.
United Airlines remains firmly committed toward sustainability in aviation. The latest development in its eco-conscious goals includes working with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures to commercialize the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) with biotech firm Cemvita Factory. Cemvita looks to develop a revolutionary new way to produce SAF by using carbon dioxide and synthetic microbes. Additionally, United Airlines Ventures (UAV) recently announced an equity investment in Fulcrum, and United has invested more in SAF production than any other airline in the world.
California vintners currently celebrate the harvest and crush season, and these three resorts allow travelers to indulge in wine while enjoying relaxing getaways. Managed by KSL Resorts, each is close to a different wine region, including Temecula Valley, Central Coast Wine Country, Napa Valley and Valle de Guadalupe.
Whether you prefer an ultra-luxe resort or a cozy villa on the beach, you’ll find balance again in Los Cabos.