25/06/18

Beach Girls :
Julie « Madame Chipiron »

How does a Lille girl of 35 (soon 36) come to Hossegor? Love? Surf ? Yes and no.

Since childhood, she always spent her holidays in the South West, near Lacanau. Cradled by the waves of the Atlantic, she keeps in mind this desire, that one day she will live near the ocean. After studies in communication and one year in Barcelona, ​​she discovered the sale at Quiksilver and then in season on the coast.

Beach Girls : <br> Julie « Madame Chipiron »
Beach Girls : <br> Julie « Madame Chipiron »

How does a Lille girl of 35 (soon 36) come to Hossegor? Love? Surf ? Yes and no.

Since childhood, she always spent her holidays in the South West, near Lacanau. Cradled by the waves of the Atlantic, she keeps in mind this desire, that one day she will live near the ocean. After studies in communication and one year in Barcelona, ​​she discovered the sale at Quiksilver and then in season on the coast.

25/06/18

Sea, kids & sun

What’s the first thing kids do when they get to the beach? Nothing, not even chocolate ice-cream with sprinkles, will stop them from running straight into the water, then rolling in the sand and going back in for a swim. For hours on end. If you have already managed to put a swimsuit on them (and an anti-UV t-shirt if they’re lucky), don't even think of covering them with suncream without wriggling or screaming, and there’s no way you’ll be able to keep them under a parasol...

Of course, it’s essential to keep them out of the sun during the peak hours of the day when the sun is at it’s strongest - from 12 to 4 pm - and here are some tips to make your beach routine easier. I recommend covering your kids with cream before going to the beach - the organic filters work 30 minutes after application and the mineral filters work immediately - and once you have arrived at the beach, the cream will have already penetrated and dried.

Sea, kids & sun

25/06/18

Sea, kids & sun

Sea, kids & sun

What’s the first thing kids do when they get to the beach? Nothing, not even chocolate ice-cream with sprinkles, will stop them from running straight into the water, then rolling in the sand and going back in for a swim. For hours on end. If you have already managed to put a swimsuit on them (and an anti-UV t-shirt if they’re lucky), don't even think of covering them with suncream without wriggling or screaming, and there’s no way you’ll be able to keep them under a parasol...

Of course, it’s essential to keep them out of the sun during the peak hours of the day when the sun is at it’s strongest - from 12 to 4 pm - and here are some tips to make your beach routine easier. I recommend covering your kids with cream before going to the beach - the organic filters work 30 minutes after application and the mineral filters work immediately - and once you have arrived at the beach, the cream will have already penetrated and dried.

25/06/18

Save our skin !

It’s finally time to pack for your summer holiday on the beach, but there’s one big question on your mind. Should you get a sunscreen with mineral or organic filters? The main difference is how they work. Organic filters protect your skin by absorbing radiation, but they can also cause allergies and a nasty tingling sensation on sensitive skin and are potentially damaging to the environment. Mineral filters create a mesh on the surface of the skin that diffracts light and reflects UV rays, but they also leave white marks. So do you plump for that invisible look or do you chose a product that respects the environment ?

Save our skin !

25/06/18

Save our skin !

Save our skin !

It’s finally time to pack for your summer holiday on the beach, but there’s one big question on your mind. Should you get a sunscreen with mineral or organic filters? The main difference is how they work. Organic filters protect your skin by absorbing radiation, but they can also cause allergies and a nasty tingling sensation on sensitive skin and are potentially damaging to the environment. Mineral filters create a mesh on the surface of the skin that diffracts light and reflects UV rays, but they also leave white marks. So do you plump for that invisible look or do you chose a product that respects the environment ?