How to put on your sunscreen properly?
We at sunblock and sunscreen may give the same interpretation, that is, sunscreen, but these two act somewhat differently. Sunblock blocks UV rays and starts working the moment you wear it. Sunscreen, on the other hand, works when absorbed by the skin. It should be applied 20 to 30 minutes before sun exposure to give it enough time to absorb.
But how is it the right way?
# 1. Shake the bottle well before applying sunscreen. This mixes all the particles and distributes them evenly in the container.
# 2. An adult should use about 35 milliliters of sunscreen to cover his entire body, which is the same amount that went into a shotgun.
# 3. Cover all your skin that will be exposed to the sun. This often includes neglected areas such as your back, ears, back of your knees and your feet.
# 4. Keep putting it on throughout the day. If you are in the sun for 30 minutes, you may want to reapply more sunscreen to cover areas you may have missed. Be sure to apply sunscreen at least every 2 hours, even if you have not sweated or swam.
# 5. Always renew your sunscreen after swimming, if you have sweated or wiped yourself with a towel.
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