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12 Skin Conditions that Cause Red Skin


1 – SUNBURNS


Sunburns are common among people who spend a lot of time in the sun without adequate protection. The sun emits powerful ultra-violet rays that damage the skin’s surface. The body reacts to this skin damage by redirecting more blood to the burnt area to repair the damage left by the sunburns. You may experience extra tenderness, blisters, skin peeling, and itchiness on the burnt area. Consider investing in high-quality sunscreen to prevent red skin. Other remedies include wearing protective wear, staying under the shade when the sun is too hot and applying sunscreen appropriately.

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