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... or know that you are susceptible to sunstroke or sunburn, you should take extra care. You may suffer from dehydration in hot climates, so it's worth increasing your intake of fluids. Bear ...
Burns occur when the skin is exposed to heat or chemicals, for example fire, sunburn, friction, acid, bleach or garden chemicals. Scalds happen when the skin is exposed to hot fluids, for example boiling ...
Burns occur when the skin is exposed to heat or chemicals, for example fire, sunburn, friction, acid, bleach or garden chemicals. Scalds happen when the skin is exposed to hot fluids, for example boiling ...
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Burns occur when the skin is exposed to heat or chemicals, for example fire, sunburn, friction, acid, bleach or garden chemicals. Scalds happen when the skin is exposed to hot fluids, for example boiling ...
... because it wreaks its own form of havoc in your epidermis, the outer layer of skin. Here it literally burns skin tissue, causing the reddening, blistering and pain we associate with sunburn. It is thought ...
... fibres in the epidermis. As well as painful, lobster-red sunburn caused by UVB rays, UV light also ages the skin much faster than normal. The rays responsible for ageing, known as UVA, do not burn or heat ...
... extremes of sunshine, the lips can suffer from sunburn in the same way as other areas of the skin. If infection is present, crusts may form on the lips with underlying pus. Other conditions which affect ...
... eye pads. Sun protection lotion (SPF 20 or higher). Sunburn treatment e.g. calamine. Thermometer to monitor temperature. Topical treatment for muscular pain.  ...