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If you mix regular lotion with sunscreen for whatever reason, you are diluting your sunscreen. That means that a SPF30 sunscreen can become a SPF15 or less and will not provide enough protection for your skin.
Also, some of the ingredients in your lotion may affect the active sunscreen ingredients, making them less or not effective at all.
its because sunscreen dont have a good fragrent smell so i wanted to put the smell with my lotion. but if the sunscreen part dont protect me from the sun then i wont add the lotion at all.
please watch this video if you want to know what i mean.
No because it can be dangerous for certain ingredients for certain creams and lotions etc to mix and can cause dry, itchy skin, irritation, etc
I don't think that it will work that way, plus, the sunscreen also serves as a lotion at the same time.
Well it wont melt your flesh off, but you may not get the affects of the sunscreen as well or at all.
Probably not. You can buy moisturizing sunscreen or lotion with spf also.
Umm yeah i guess...but it might not work as good..
If u do put the lotion on b4 the sunscreen
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