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If you still have a weird butt burn, these are for you.
So...ya burnt. Now what? Besides doing some skin treatments and being way more diligent about sunscreen use in the future, the only thing you can do if you wanna post-beach bone is avoid those scorched spots. Here's how:The
From first aid to after-care!
It's almost too easy to get carried away while you're having fun in the sun. Despite the blistering heat, you might not recognize your skin sending you stress signals before you're red all over and officially
Sunstroke doesn't really have anything to do with sunburn at all.
Heat stroke, contrary to popular belief, is not simply hyperbole for a bit of bad sunburn. In fact, it's got very little to do with sun burn at all, as Dr. Emma Wedgeworth, Consultant Dermatologist and British Skin Foundation spokesperson
Don't forget to keep one in your kit!
While swimming in a pool or at the beach is a great way to cool down, it's also one of the main causes for sunburn.Sunburn usually happens when you don't reapply sunscreen throughout the day, when you
Spoiler: It's more than you think.
Another tale as old as time is the concept of how much sunscreen is enough to protect your face and body from sun damage. You might think you're applying too much because your entire body is covered in a white cast,
"Your skin never forgets."
Tan lines, the dreaded marks of summer that formerly ruined the look of your sophisticated strapless outfit, are now (unfortunately) all the rage.Twitter users are sharing photos of designs drawn with sunscreen or other stencils on their skin, and then getting
Going on a beach getaway this holiday? Bookmark this page now.
Whenever you're outside, you should wear a sunscreen with at least an SPF 30 and reapply every 2 hours. With that said, even the most devoted sunblock wearers have slip-ups every now then and get burned. If you have a