This blog was written by Shelby Burns and was originally published here. You can follow Shelby @shelbssays on all platforms.
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Let’s face it–2020 has been one crazy roller coaster of events. One way that I was able to take my mind off stress was by visiting the Sierra mountain hot springs near me. Last week we took a girls trip to explore some springs and unwind.
My friends and I first hit up Travertine Hot Springs, which features numerous pools with unbeatable views. I stashed two bikinis for this trip, because visiting multiple hot springs calls for a couple of bikinis 😉 I know you’ve probably seen my last post about Strange Bikinis which talked all about how this small business is making big waves in the swimwear industry with their sustainable efforts. I am wearing the Arnica top and theSoquel french cut bottoms.
Unfortunately, swimwear is frequently made from synthetic fibers, such as nylon, spandex, and polyester to make it stretchable. These materials are often made with a common ingredient that is notoriously bad for the environment – plastic.
Strange Bikinis is committed to the use of eco-friendly products and practices!