Girls (and guys) who love going out and laying in the sun, have you noticed how hard it is to put that sunscreen on your own back? If you go out in public and do not feel like asking a stranger to give you a helping hand (I do not blame you), then you definitely need these 10 tips!
What is the hardest part of your body to apply sunscreen for you? For me, it is the upper middle of my back. No matter what I do, I just cannot get that darn sunscreen to go there! Even those out there that have the slimmest figure have a hard time getting this deed done.
Obviously, we cannot go without the sunscreen as our sun exposed skin instantly becomes prone to premature aging, skin cancer and other irregularities that are caused by those harmful UVA/UVB rays. The statistics of skin cancer are on the rise and I figured putting a post out there would help just a little bit. Especially those of you who live in warmer climates and like sunbathing. So, ready?
First, I have the “reach” method, which many of you know already. With this method, you get the sunscreen ready. Put it on your left hand and each over your right shoulder to rub it in. Reach as far as you can. Do the same on the left side with your right side. Next, rub it down the bottom of your back and you will be fine.