Spending a relaxing day on the beach, Gabrielle Union and her friend Savannah Brinson caught some rays in Miami this afternoon (May 28).
The 39-year-old showed off her rocking physique in a tiny white bikini that she paired with a cowboy hat and tweeted earlier today sharing, “Some military members fight a mental, emotional, financial, spiritual war when they return home, let's take care of our troops!”
Miss Union may be soaking up the sun, but she recently told People that she does not mess around with her SPF protection saying, ““I don’t tan on purpose, but I do a lot of beach workouts. But I go SPF 110.”
The “Think Like a Man” star went on to add, “As an African-American woman, culturally we have been told that we have natural protection against the sun — but we’re absolutely part of the one in five. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve seen relatives’ moles change shape, and they think ‘That’s cute — it’s like Janet Jackson!’ But it’s not cute — it’s called melanoma.”
The actress is working with Neutrogena to promote its healthy skin campaign and fight against skin cancer.
Enjoy the pictures of Gabrielle Union and Savannah Brinson at the beach in Miami, FL (May 28).
Miami Beach is a barrier island connected to the mainland city of Miami by a series of bridges.
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