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Anonymous asked in Beauty & StyleMakeup · 1 decade ago

Should You Apply Spf Before Bed?

my moisturizer has spf and i dint know if i should wash it off or just reapply it?

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Depends on what kind it is. There's nothing wrong with the spf in your body moisturizer, because your skin just absorbs it.

    However, if it's face moisturizer, it's best to use a different one that doesn't have SPF. Sunblock is thick and oily, even the Neutrogena ones, and that makes it much easier for you to get acne.

    You do have to reapply it the next morning if you still want sun protection because like I said, your skin will absorb the SPF. It's just the same as how you have to reapply make up after a while.

  • 1 decade ago

    There's no problem with wearing an SPF at night if it is already in your daily moisturizer, however, if you're applying an SPF separate from your moisturizer, there is really NO need for it. When you're sleeping, it's dark. The sun cannot get to you when it's dark. But, if it's already in your moisturizer, it's not going to hurt anything.

    Source(s): myself - skin care tech
  • 1 decade ago

    No its okay, it doesn't harm your face but if it stays on your skin the whole night then the next morning you won't need to worry about applying spf again :)

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