In hazy, hot and humid temperatures it is almost impossible not to sweat and this affects the effectiveness of your sunscreen. One trick to try to reduce the impact of sweat on sunscreen is to use an antiperspirant, which will help prevent sweating. However, this will take time as antiperspirants are ideally applied to freshly washed and dried skin and require several hours to achieve optimal effects. If you plan to be in the sun, try showering and using an antiperspirant a few hours before applying sunscreen.
According to WebMD, it’s best to put on sunscreen a full half hour before venturing out into the sun. This leaves enough time for the sunscreen to work best after it has sufficiently absorbed. Most people know that sunscreen needs to be reapplied after swimming, but not everyone knows that it also needs to be reapplied after sweating. If you are outdoors, doing sports or running, you will need to repeat the application more often.
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