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Prevent burns and itchy skin this summer

5:30 PM, Jul. 8, 2013
Summer means plenty of outdoor activities, which also makes your skin vulnerable to sunburn, cuts and scrapes and dry skin.
Summer means plenty of outdoor activities, which also makes your skin vulnerable to sunburn, cuts and scrapes and dry skin.
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Nothing says summer is in full swing like long days on the beach, camping trips and family barbecues. But sometimes all that outdoor fun in the sun can irritate your skin. The last thing you want to worry about as you head out on your warm weather adventures is feeling uncomfortable because of itchy, dry skin.Cool the sunburn

Even the most diligent sunscreen users may miss a spot every now and then. In the event you do suffer minor sunburn, cool baths or the gentle application of a cool wet cloth on the burned area may provide some relief. Also, remember that exposure to the sun can cause you to lose ...

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