As much as it hurts to admit, summer is now over. While winter lies in front of us, you can still get away to the tropics to get a badly needed dose of Vitamin D – that is, if you plan ahead.
If you are proactive, you can have an amazing trip to a world class beach without any hiccups. In this post, we will help you get ready for a tropical holiday that will surpass all others in your past.
1) Get a fab-looking waistline
Don’t let the tides of life dictate your behavior. By watching your diet and staying true to your exercise routine even as the weather worsens, you can have a body others will notice the second you step onto the beach.
Even so, your body might betray you with some genetic quirks which cause odd fat deposits to pop up in certain places, making it tough to achieve the look you are going for.
In these instances, contacting a plastic doctor who specializes in liposuction may be an option that will work for you.
By consulting established firms like Sono Bello, you can obtain the help you need to get the look you want. They can aid you by slicing off anomalous fat layers which act as an impediment to good looking legs and torsos.
Skilled in this procedure over the course of many years, their doctors can help you get the mid-section you desire.
Once they do, you’ll be tossing out that frumpy bathing suit, as you’ll now have a body worth showing off.
Take care to get this done soon, though, as it can take up to three months post-op for your appearance to take on the shape you want.
2) Get a new bathing suit
Once your old swimsuit hits the waste bin, you’ll have to replace it with a number that will accentuate your new, fabulous look.
Sporting goods stores are great if sporty fashions are your thing, but there are other boutiques out there which specialize in swim suits of all kinds.
Find them, and browse extensively through the different styles, as there is likely one who speaks to who you are as a person.
If your area has a disappointing selection of swim wear, there’s always the internet. Search online retailers for styles you love, note your size, buy what speaks to you and rock it like a star once you hit the beach this winter.
3) Buy and pack sunscreen before you go
Pack sunscreen? Won’t they just have it there? Well, they will, but you’ll almost involuntarily blurt out a swear word when you see what most southern destinations charge for this sundry.
In the north, we have skin which burns relatively easily when exposed to high levels of ultraviolet radiation – this means there is a well-established market for what sunscreen can do.
In the tropics, residents often have skin which is far more resistant to burns. On top of this, they avoid exposure during peak hours of the day, which further limits damage. As a result, there is no real market for sunscreen in tropical destinations.
As such, tourists are the only customers, allowing retailers to charge high prices for the sunscreen they sell. $15 is not uncommon.
While you may wince at paying as much as $8 at home, it is a steal to what you will pay in holiday destinations, so stock up before heading south.