When you’ve spent the last three weeks at a beach and are wondering how you ever get a sunburn, this article will help.
It might help you figure out if you’re the kind of person who gets sunburned on a beach, and how to deal with it.
But first, here’s the quick and dirty:If you’ve been to the beach at least once a week since your middle school or high school years, you’re probably not going to have a problem.
If you’ve only been there a few times, you might not be able to tell.
But if you’ve done more than that, chances are you’re a little more concerned about getting a sun burn.
Here are the basics:First, don’t panic.
This is your first sunburn and, if you get it, it’s probably not that bad.
You’re probably going to need a few days to completely clear out the excess skin.
If that doesn’t work, you’ll probably need to keep your skin exposed to the sun for a few hours before you can begin to apply sunscreen.
And if you still need to wear sunscreen at all, that’s fine, too.
If you think you’ve got the sunburn but can’t quite see it, you can try to relax.
Some people even try to wear hats, sunscreen and sunglasses to reduce the amount of sun that gets on them.
You don’t have to get sunburn every time you go swimming, though, and it’s not a good idea to go swimming every time your skin gets a little too hot.