Applying sunscreen is far from fun, but it's an absolute must for outdoor adventures with your friends. If you're headed to the pool or the beach, a water-resistant sunscreen is your best bet. Despite their usefulness, these sunscreens can leave behind a white, chalky residue that stubbornly refuses to come off. When it's time to remove your sunscreen, water and your daily cleanser will get the job done.

Step 1

Splash warm water onto the parts of your body and face where you applied sunscreen.

Step 2

Put a dab of daily cleanser on the areas where you applied sunscreen. Massage the cleanser into your skin with small, circular motions. Allow the product to sit for 15 seconds.

Step 3

Dampen a muslin cloth or washcloth with very warm water. Wring out any excess water.

Step 4

Wipe off the cleanser and sunscreen with the damp cloth.

Step 5

Rinse any excess cleanser off with clean, warm water. Remove extra moisture from your skin by lightly patting it with a clean dry washcloth.

Step 6

Apply your usual moisturizer while your skin is still slightly damp.