Now that summer’s here for the northern hemisphere, adults spend much more time soaking up the sun’s rays and vitamin D.

That said—even for the most careful and diligent—those who spend more time in the sun run a higher risk of sunburn.

As sunburn develops, you may be understandably tempted to wash the burn, or use cool water to stave the pain.

The first step: don’t wash immediately after developing sunburn. Continue Reading

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