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Staying cool outside

Staying cool outside: 6 timeless tips + 6 trending products

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From refrigerated skin products to a bottle that keeps beverages cold for up to 36 hours, we’re staying cool outdoors

As long as the sun exists, we won’t stop sharing tips and products to help keep things cool while outdoors. After all, one can’t truly enjoy the summer season if you spend most of the time hiding from the sun. We recently provided 7 easy hacks to stay cool without an air conditioner during the summer, and now we’re sharing additional tips and cooling products to make summer life more enjoyable.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]



  1. Keep a wet towel and sunscreen in a cooler. When it’s time to reapply sunscreen, you can simultaneously cool yourself down when working to protect yourself from the sun. A wet towel or paper towel can also bring your body temperature down and can be reused throughout the day.

  2. Go for a swim. Take a quick dip in a pool or ocean. Just a few minutes in the water can cool you down. If you’re working outside and not near water, maybe take a break and jump in a cold shower for a few minutes before going back to work.

  3. Make sure your fan is spinning the right way. If your fan isn’t rotating counter-clockwise, you probably aren’t getting any cooler. Make sure it’s spinning the right way. Fan’s don’t actually lower the temperature in a room, but the air currents flowing over your body help to keep your personal temp nice and cool. If you have a portable fan and an accessible outlet, use it while you’re working outside. Keeping the cool air on your skin can do wonders in the high heat. If you’re using a ceiling fan to cool your space, make sure that the direction of the fan blades are blowing the air down and not up.

  4. Readjust your schedule. Try and keep out of the sun during peak mid-day hours. If you have to be outside to get lawn work finished or enjoy your daily jog, move your adventure to the early morning or evening hours. Obviously, labor of any kind will raise your body’s temperature, so try your best to bypass the warmest hours of the day. This will help you avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

  5. Avoid certain foods / Eat cooling cuisine. Did you know that certain foods can raise your body’s temperature? Okay, besides the apparent big bowl of soup, there are other foods that will naturally increase your body’s heat as well: Ginger, coconut oil, brown rice, garlic, and cayenne pepper all contain properties that bring your body temp up, so save those foods for the winter season. If those foods warm you up, which ones cool you down? Well, focus on foods that contain a lot of water and help to keep you hydrated. Add cucumbers, mango, cilantro, watermelon, zucchini, and pineapple to your summer grocery list. Make food without using the oven or stove. Find foods that don’t need to be cooked, or don’t need heat to be cooked.

  6. Put your face mask (and other skin products) in the fridge. If you’re looking to refresh yourself in the best way possible, try keeping certain grooming products, such as face masks, eye-rollers, and moisturizers, in the fridge. It will simultaneously cool and replenish your skin. Of course, each product is different, so check the label for the recommended storing conditions before putting anything in the fridge.

Related reading(s): Heat hacks to stay cool while enjoying the outdoors this summer; 15 Hacks for Keeping Cool When It’s Way Too Hot Outside;[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]



  1. Outdoor tent. You can purchase an outdoor tent with misters for an additional layer of cool. Outdoor tents are the ultimate way to keep cool in hot weather, as well as offering ample shelter for those summer rain showers that seem to come out of nowhere. From a small pop-up tent that can offer shade and keep you cool at a sporting event, picnic, or backyard get-together, to a formal event held under a luxurious frame tent, guests will be happy to get out of the sun and still be able to enjoy the outdoors in an event tent.

  2. Cooling clothing and/or towel. No, we don’t mean taking a random shirt or towel and sticking it into the freezer. We’re talking about vests and towels designed to keep you cool and  under specifically hot conditions.

  3. Car sunshade. The truth is that all of us can benefit from this product, but a lot of us simply don’t have one. Block out the rays and keep your car from heating up when parked with this windshield sunshade.

  4. Travel umbrella with UV protection. Block harmful rays and heat at the same time with a travel umbrella. Desinged to protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays, some umbrellas cover about 42 inches in diameter when opened. Check out some UV protection umbrella options on the market (UPF 50+).

  5. 36-hour beverage cooler bottle. Yes, the bottle keeps beverages cold for up to 36 hours. Made with stainless steel and double-walled vacuum insulation, this water bottle keeps your drinks cold for up to 36 hours. It’s BPA-free and has a handle on the lid that can attach it to your bag or backpack. Able to fit most cup holders, this bottle comes in two sizes (12 and 21 ounces) and seven colors. Plus, the leak-resistant bottle features an easy-to-drink-from straw.

  6. Facial sprays for on-the-go misting. For an instant dose of cool, pick up this facial spray travel duo. Great for sensitive and dry skin, this spritzer dispenses ultra-fine droplets to hydrate and soothe. Similar to the tip mentioned above to keep facial products refrigerated, store these in the fridge for extra refreshment.

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