Published on July 29, 2022
Updated on August 10, 2022
SATURDAY, July 23 (The Washington Post) — Julian Sass is a sunscreen educator to his nearly 20,000 followers on Instagram, and every time he posts a sunscreen review — via a 90-second “reel” — he applies approximately half a teaspoon (2.14 grams) of sunscreen to his face and neck. The most frequent viewer question he gets: “Why are you using so much?”
But, rather than applying “too much” sunscreen, Sass is instead following Food and Drug Administration guidelines for testing sunscreen protection factor (SPF), which means a lot of his sunscreen review followers are probably applying too little. Experts recommend applying the equivalent of a shot glass of sunscreen (approximately an ounce) for the entire body.
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