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    Posted: Aug 27 2014 at 2:36pm
I loooove going to the beach. Not only relaxes me, but it calms my mind, plus I get an awesome tan that makes me look beautiful.
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Not surprised. My hair is sooooo soft whenever I'm at the beach and my skin glows.
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I went to the beach in DR and literally was in the ocean 94% of the time with my natural hair in just a pony. I thought my hair was going to be dried out too, I made sure to co-wash after every swim. My hair was always so soft, I was surprised too.
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Went to the beach a month ago.... I hate the beach now. I had to wash my hair three times to get the sand out
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Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

what is a sun allergy?


http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/sun-allergy/basics/definition/con-20035077

I was told this back in 2011 but I'm hardheaded. I'll take a pic and post it of my hives if I can remember.

It's started as little raised rashes then hives. It's starting to scab now. Normally takes about 2-3 weeks for mine to subside. Same thing happened at my last 5k event.

As much as I enjoy the beach the after is enough to keep me in the room til the sun goes down next time I vacay.   
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Originally posted by Lite Brite Lite Brite wrote:

MS INDIA, tell us what happened!!

I dont like oceans anymore. I've grown scared of what might be in there

OT, but lakes are disgusting. I cant. Plus I saw this girl who had a brain eating bacteria from a lake.. it naturally grows in lakes
I made a topic last year .

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Originally posted by Tbaby Tbaby wrote:

So I recently came back last week from a beach vacationSmile!  I thought my hair would be dried out from daily sea water drenching.  At nite I'd co-wash w/ Suave conditioner, and the last evening before we left I shampooed w/ shea moisture, and left a slight amount of conditioner in before twisting.

My skin is soooo soft from the sand exfoliation, and my hair was tangle-free, shiny, and made a fantastic twist out that I strutted around with at work for the past 2 days, lol!  It feels wonderful.

So I ask BHM--does anyone else notice these great benefits from spending a few days at the beach?

And why weren't more of yall down there either?  Black folks were scarce at the beaches I went to at the gulf coast....Ouch

My hurr! lol this year was the first time I let it be free at the beach and it felt and looked fantastic at the end of the day. I also spent a long time peeling/flaking after the fact though. 1st time that has happened.Angry

I think transportation and cultural stigmas (the sun gets you darker) keep a lot of non-whites out of the sun/beach.
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sea lice... in your vag and butt!?!!??


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Lite Brite Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 10:12pm
Oh ok I looked it up

Quote The 'sea lice' that causes the 'itchy bites' are actually tiny little jellyfish or stinger larvae that have the same stinging cells (nematocysts) as an adult jellyfish/stingers, but because they're only small they only affect a small area.


It says it happens often in places where your bathing suit lines are... like your vag and butt lol
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