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I've gone to an outlet mall and purchased several mens long sleeve, white, button front shirts. They dry fast and are fairly cool. You can tie them in front with a tank top under them and wear with shorts, pants or a skirt. A good wide brim hat WITH an under the chin tie is a must. If you look at your drugstore they have several products that are no rinse soaps. I discovered this when taking care of a bed ridden relative. But found it helpful on some offshore trips where it was too rough for a proper shower!
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Just be aware that the mens shirts provide almost NO UV protection, especially when wet.
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I've gone to an outlet mall and purchased several mens long sleeve, white, button front shirts. They dry fast and are fairly cool. You can tie them in front with a tank top under them and wear with shorts, pants or a skirt. A good wide brim hat WITH an under the chin tie is a must. If you look at your drugstore they have several products that are no rinse soaps. I discovered this when taking care of a bed ridden relative. But found it helpful on some offshore trips where it was too rough for a proper shower!
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Duluth Trading dot com has wonderful practical, sun protecting clothing for women. Reasonably priced SPF 30 to 50 shirts and sun hats that actually provide shade as well. (also their rip stop nylon shorts are fantastic. They wear like iron and dry very quickly)
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I've checked the Avon sight and nowhere can I find " Ever so soft" could it be another name? I like Avon but don't know the best products they have.
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Try looking for SKin So Soft.
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