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Shop ’til You Drop: Summertime and the Shopping Is Easy

Make this summer the one where you treat your skin to the absolute best.

Sunday Riley Cashmere SPF 30
Sunday Riley Cashmere SPF 30

That means applying sunscreen and wearing hats and big sunglasses. For an incredibly luxurious daily sunscreen for your face, try Sunday Riley Cashmere SPF 30. It goes on with a truly unbeatable softness and leaves your skin smooth, radiant and calm. It’s a powerful 100% mineral sunscreen that does not leave white streaks or oiliness. It fortifies and protects the skin with cashmere protein (Keratin), wheatgrass, squalene, Ellagic acid (from pomegranate), ginseng and a signature anti-aging, anti-pollution and detoxifying complex. With a subtle soothing scent, my sensitive skin fell in love at first try. For an extra glowing complexion, layer your Sunday Riley sunscreen over Juno Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil. Made with a unique blend of antioxidant-rich, superfood seed oils, it nourishes the skin with essential amino acids, omegas, natural UV shields (which enhance the sunscreen) and anti-inflammatory ingredients as well as collagen-boosting vitamins A and C. You can blend it or layer it with any face product, but I’ve also been enjoying it on its own. It’s readily absorbed and the only ingredients are the seed oils. Sunday Riley products are available at Barneys.com.

Summertime in the Hamptons means guests! If you can’t host them, send them to Southampton Inn, where they’ll surely feel at home. In the heart of Southampton Village, the Southampton Inn is walking distance from shopping and dining on Main Street and Jobs Lane. With 90 guest rooms, an outdoor heated pool, an all-weather tennis court, bike rentals and a shuttle to nearby Coopers Beach, the Inn makes staying in the Hamptons relaxing, like it’s supposed to be! Southampton Inn is located at 91 Hill Street. Call 631-283-6500 or visit southamptoninn.com.

The gift shop at the Southampton Historical Museum on Meeting House Lane now carries Handmade in Sag Harbor tote bags. I love the small ones for gift giving. They come in such a wide variety of vintage fabrics and trims. Fabu! Call 631-283-2494 or visit southamptonhistoricalmuseum.com.

New Kids on the Block

Things are looking green on the East End this summer! The team behind natural fragrance company LURK has brought its passion for organic beauty to Sag Harbor. LURKShop offers their own hand-blended natural perfume oils, as well as organic products from across the country—including raw unprocessed hand blended elixirs from Aster and Bay (Atlanta), organic honey skin solutions from Wild Honey Apothecary (Milkwaukee), award-winning skincare endorsed by the Environmental Working Group from Marie Veronique Organics (Mill Valley) and natural sun protection endorsed by the Environmental Working Group from Suntegrity (Los Angeles), just to name a few! They have handmade home and gift items, too, so you can find something unique to bring your host this summer. LURKShop is located at 28 West Water Street (between the John Jermain Public Library and Water Street Wines). Call 631-919-5000 or visit lurkmade.com.

Elements Fitness Studio will keep you svelte and strong all summer long with barre fitness, dance cardio and cardio boxing classes. The East Hampton location is at 66 Newtown Lane, Suite 11, and will offer innovative cycle classes featuring core stabilization and cardio conditioning exercises. Call 631-604-5445 or visit elementsfitnessstudio.com for more information.

This summer Everything But Water, the swim specialty retailer, has taken up residence in East Hampton. They are hosting a series of designer trunk shows attended by the designers of PiluQ, Eberjey, Coolchange, Mara Hoffman, Lisa Curran, Marysia and Clover Canyon. Find out how to shop the trends to best fit your body, how to best pack for your weekend getaways and how to care for your swimsuit. Everything But Water is located at 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, and is open every day now through Labor Day.

Barry’s Bootcamp, the famed high-energy cardio and strength training interval workout, is introducing a second East End location in Amagansett. Clients can expect to burn up to 1,000 calories per one-hour session, to the beat of fun music. Barry’s Bootcamp Amagansett will feature a retail lounge stocked with active wear from the summer collection and a food and beverage area. Barry’s Bootcamp Amagansett is located at 199 Main Street. For more information, visit barrysbootcamp.com.

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