When applying to the face, take it out on the back of the hand and put it on the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead.
Before the summer performance, it is sunburn that both children and parents of youth baseball need to take measures. Even if you apply sunscreen before a match or practice, if it is not used correctly, the effect will be diminished. Isn’t the usual method of painting halving the effect? Experts explain how to use sunscreen.
For the coming full-scale summer, pharmacies and general stores have sunburn prevention corners. At the Tokyu Hands Shinjuku store, which has stores all over the country, sunburn prevention goods are lined up in prominent places.
The first thing that comes to mind when it comes to sun protection is sunscreen. Many children and parents of boys’ baseball go to practice after applying it to their face and body. But do you pay attention to how to apply it? Mihoko Yamaoka, a buyer in charge of skin care and body care products at Tokyu Hands, says, “After checking the amount used for each product, apply the specified amount firmly.”
When applying to the face, take out the amount used on the back of the hand and place it on the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead. Then, spread evenly from the wide side of the face, and use your fingertips for small areas such as the nose and around the eyes. Be careful not to forget to apply it on the back of your neck or ears, and if you have sunscreen left on the back of your hands, we recommend that you apply it again using the same procedure.