In addition to the chemical compounds responsible for the “steaton” in sunscreen, some manufacturers also use it as a surfactant.
The chemical can help protect the skin from the sun’s ultraviolet rays, as well as help absorb certain UV rays.
A small amount of steaton is found in sunscreen formulas and many are made from recycled plastic bottles.
But steatons are a tricky ingredient to remove from sunscreen.
They can be hard to remove and they’re not always readily available, so many people rely on the bottle for a safe, affordable alternative.
Here’s how to get your sunscreen in the bottle, as quickly as possible.
How to remove steatone in sunscreen:Step 1.
Wash your hands thoroughly and scrubbing your face with a damp cloth.
Remove any loose steatones by scrubbing with a clean cloth.
Tip: Be careful not to overdo the scrubbing.
Some of the stitones are so tiny they’re hard to see.