I had heard of Everstride, but I thought they just made an anti-chafing product. They DO make an anti-chafing product, but they have a whole line of products that extends beyond that! And they were kind enough to send me the line-up to try out!
Anti-Chafing Sport Stick: Like most anti-chafing products, this is to be applied on any spots that might be irritated due to friction while moving, skin-on-skin rub or clothing rubbing. It can also be used to help restore dry, chapped skin. I found that it smoothed on easily and didn’t feel greasy. It retails for $15.00
Facial Defense: In addition to other moisturizing ingredients, this product contains pistachio oil, which was kind of intriguing to me. It can be used to protect your skin from outdoor elements as well as helping to maintain moisture to protect against wrinkles! It feels nice, I wouldn’t use it as a daily moisturizer though! It would be amazing for protection during winter sports. Retail price, $15.00.
Fungus RX Defense: This can be used to treat fungal infections on the skin and nails. It has a dropper to dispense the medicine so it stays sterile (as opposed to some treatments that use a brush-on application.) I’ll be honest, I didn’t actually try this because I don’t have a fungus to treat. But… if I had one I’d give it a go! This one retails for $12.00.
Skin Defense SPF 29: This is a spray-on sunblock made out of titanium dioxide (which is more of a physical sunblock as opposed to some of the chemical ones that absorb into your skin more.) It lasts through sweating, so that’s ideal for sport. They say you don’t have to rub it in, however I felt like I needed to. It sprays on in a fine white mist and I just felt better rubbing it lightly so I knew it was covering me and was no longer visible. Retail price, $15.00.
Cooling Muscle Balm: This balm has an interesting roll-on applicator, I’ve never seen that for a muscle balm. But even though you roll it on, you still need to massage it in for pain relief. It is a menthol based product, but I found it to be one of the more mild scents from any menthol pain reliever I’ve tried. It is recommended for workout pain or can be used for arthritis and is safe for pregnant women as well. Retails for $15.00.
Pro Therapy Foot Treatment: This is a wonderful, deeply moisturizing cream that definitely feels luxurious while going on but doesn’t feel greasy either. They recommend you put it on and cover your feet with cotton socks for the night. I recommend you put it on your feet, put your running socks on and go for a run! That’s one of my favorite “spa treatments” – who cares of my toenail polish is all chipped off, I have soft feet! This one is the most expensive of the lot, retail price is $18.00. (It was also my favorite!)
You can shop for Everstride products online. They’re based out of Florida, so I’m assuming they know a little something about dealing with humidity and have tested their products in that kind of environment!