You can prevent your hands from sweating by applying a barrier cream, such as an emollient.
A moisturizer with SPF should also be applied before going outdoors during the day to protect your skin from sunburn. Apply sunscreen regularly for maximum protection!
How long do I have to keep my bag open?
The FDA recommends that you leave a wide-open bag in which all of its contents are visible for at least 24 hours after opening, but no longer than 2 weeks – this is not enough time for bacteria to grow and infect food products if they were allowed to sit too long after being opened. The reason why it’s important that you don’t let any foods or other items stay out too long is because certain types of bacteria will continue to grow inside the container even after not being exposed directly to oxygen (like microorganisms). According their website: “Bacteria incubating inside sealed containers may revert back into what we call dormant forms—called spores—that survive without showing signs of life until reawakened through contact with air or moisture. Spores only begin multiplying again when conditions become favorable; generally, these include temperature changes greater than 20 degrees Fahrenheit and moisture levels above 50 percent relative humidity. On average, it takes about three days for dormant spores or heat resistant bacterial cells called bacteriophages (phages) that develop on food surfaces slowly reproduce into active germs capable of causing illness . . . If left