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Hi everyone,

As warmer weather arrives, so is humidity. Today is a super humid day where I live and I'd almost forgotten what it's like to apply the bp in this humidity. We typically have very humid summers, so I haven't had this issue since last August probably.

Anyway, if any of you are noticing the bp taking a lot longer to apply or rub in, consider the humidity a factor. Even right after towel drying, my face still felt wet today. I waited and waited, went to apply the bp and it basically just smeared around. Using a fan definitely helps on days like these, so I turned on my ceiling fan which made a world of difference.

Anyway, I just wanted to share that with you in case any of you are having trouble with humidity and getting your face or the bp to dry. :)

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