Sunburns are caused by too much exposure to the sun or sunlights. Mild cases of sunburn can result in red, irritated skin, while severe cases can cause blisters, fever and nausea. Prevention of sunburns includes limiting time spent in the sun, covering skin (with clothing, for example) so it's not exposed to the sun or wearing a sunscreen product.


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The sun on my skin is like chocolate on French fries. It all tastes great together until you see your face turn blue with nausea. So while I enjoy changing my appearance, red was never my color. A lot of you might share the same sentiments and, if you do, sunscreen is probably your best friend....

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