Are you in denial about what happens to your skin when it encounters sun damage? The redness, the pain, the peeling, sunburn blisters- you may think it's just a few days of discomfort and that a sunburn treatment should do the trick, but this is not the case.
The truth is a person's risk for melanoma – the most serious form of skin cancer – doubles if she or he has had five or more sunburns in their life, according to SkinCancer.org (1). To understand why sunburns are so dangerous you need to ask yourself "what is a sunburn?" So let's take a closer look at what happens to your skin when you burn, and why you should always wear a broad spectrum sunscreen.
ever since I was a kid, I never had a sunburn, but two years ago, when i was on a vacation, I went to the beach and had my first sunburn. It was really painful. I even had blisters. Luckily, It was just on my nose and cheeks, But even after two years, the second I get some sunlight, my skin hardens and becomes brown and peels off. It is not ainful anymore, but really anoying.