9 Summer Bag Essentials

{This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Banana Boat® . The opinions and text are all mine}

What's the most important thing you can have in your summer tote and why? Sunscreen. It does more than protect against sunburns, it protects against long-term effects that are not always visible, like skin damage and skin cancer.

Summer has just begun and the kids and I have already enjoyed many outdoor activities creating amazing memories so far. With much of the fun and busy summer still ahead of us, it's important that I have all we need to enjoy our sunny days. Whether we're headed to the beach, water park or the pool, I take my tote that's filled with all my summer essentials. I have everything I need from sun protection to my water-proof camera so that I can capture some awesome photos to look back on.

Outdoor summer activities can be hosted in different locations and under different conditions and Banana Boat® has some great products that offer multi-skin benefits, like water-resistance, ease of application and comfort to best fit your needs. Whatever sun scene you and your family choose, Banana Boat® has you covered.

My favorite product is the Banana Boat® sunscreen stick. This wonderful little stick makes it so much easier to apply sunscreen to our faces and hard to reach areas.

Summer Bag Essentials 
  1. Sunscreen  - A variety of Banana Boat® forms & SPF levels
     to insure proper protection.
  2. Safety gear - floaties, life vest and goggles for the young ones.
  3. Camera - It's important to capture those memories. I recommend a water-proof camera to get up close.
  4. Moist wipes - Always great to have around.
  5. Sunglasses - Protect your eyes and the sensitive skin around your eyes from UVB rays.
  6. Hair brush - A must have for those with long locks.
  7. Lip balm - With SPF to protect your lips and keep them moisturized.
  8. Reuseable water bottle - Less waste and refillable
  9. Wet bag -  To keep wet clothing and items separate from other items.

      What's in your summer bag?

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